About Innatrix

Company Overview

Innatrix is an agricultural biotechnology company developing sustainable biological products to control untreatable crop diseases, pests and weeds. We have received a U.S. patent to protect our key protein evolution technology. We are funded by a NSF SBIR grant, and found our market fit after going through the rigorous NSF I-Corps program.

Technology

We are combining an understanding of the dynamics of pathogen/host interactions, with patented protein evolution technology, to develop novel biopesticides.

Compared to the conventional pesticide approaches, we are using a more economic way to develop eco-friendly protein based biopesticides, to control untreatable and economically important crop pathogens. Pathogen/pest resistance is a huge issue in the crop fields; based on the robustness of our patented protein evolution technology, we could rapidly evolve new biopesticides to manage pathogen resistance issue.

Products in the Pipeline

INDICATION

PRODUCT MATURITY

MARKET

InnaLB™

(Potato late blight)

Discovery

Lead Identification

Proof of Concept

Product Development

$6.7 billion

InnaNema™

(Soybean cyst nematode)

Discovery

Lead Identification

$>1 billion

InnaHLB™

(Citrus Greening)

Discovery

Lead Identification

$Multibillion

Products in the Pipeline

INDICATION

PRODUCT MATURITY

MARKET

InnaLB™

(Potato late blight)

PRODUCT MATURITY

Discovery

Lead Identification

Proof of Concept

Product Development

MARKET

$6.7 billion

InnaNema™

(Soybean cyst nematode)

PRODUCT MATURITY

Discovery

Lead Identification

MARKET

$>1 billion

InnaHLB™

(Citrus Greening)

PRODUCT MATURITY

Discovery

Lead Identification

MARKET

$Multibillion

EVOSTAT™

Innatrix is developing a proprietary apparatus named the EvoStat™. It is an automated platform for protein engineering via continuous laboratory evolution or other approaches such as phage display or SIP-phage display. The EvoStat™ provides advanced control, reporting, recording, simulation, and remote access. Infra-red and image processing-based monitoring provides control of temperature, mixing, turbidity, medium supply, culture volumes and flow rates. All EvoStat™ measurements are logged during experimental runs and are available for plotting and analysis. Specific plots such as temperature, culture volumes, and flow rates are directly available through its browser interface.