With the goal of addressing unmet medical needs, we leverage our deep understanding of target biology and innovative protein engineering technologies to create therapeutic candidates with attributes and mechanisms of action that we believe are superior to current approaches and applicable to a range of challenging, validated targets with high potential.
Our proprietary sdAb platform allows us to address complex target biology where other biologic approaches have failed or are suboptimal. Our precision engineering enables the generation of therapeutic candidates with defined valencies and specificities, which we believe can result in optimal mechanisms of action. Initially, we’ve focused on applying these technologies to targets with clinically validated mechanistic rationales—but where prior approaches have lacked sufficient therapeutic activity or safety.
Our clinical pipeline is enabled by our protein and process engineering capabilities, and includes therapeutic candidates in the following categories:
- INBRX-109 and INBRX-106 utilize our multivalent formats, for which the precise valency was optimized in a target-centric way to mediate appropriate agonist function;
- The mechanism of action of INBRX-105 is enabled by a multi-specific format that enables conditional 4-1BB agonism in the presence of PD-L1; and
- With INBRX-101, we’re seeking to maintain the natural function of AAT in a recombinant format, optimized for less frequent dosing and greater potential therapeutic activity as compared to pdAAT.