TECHNOLOGY

Computational neurobiology dramatically compresses the new compound discovery timeline which reduces cost to find new active compounds.

The Sensorygen Digital Screen has been designed for novel chemical discovery that is different from traditional screening in that the Sensorygen approach is a specific and sensitive screen that couples digital biology with real biology. By following the Digital Screen with bioassays appropriate for the chemical desired, we not only speed the discovery process but we ensure that the result is validated in the real world.

Based on seminal work from Dr. Anand Ray’s laboratory at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) and exclusively licensed to Sensorygen, this technology represents $2M of research investment by the National Institutes of Heath (NIH).

Beyond insect repellents, the Digital Screen platform technology can be further applied to taste in humans to identify sweet, bitter, and citrale flavors that are safe and natural for use in consumer products among other many applications.

Discovery is the engine that drives our product pipeline.

The basis for the Digital Screen platform is that neural action is directly related to the physical, chemical, and structural properties of the compound.

Neural Action = f(physiochemical/structure properties)

The Sensorygen Digital Screen has been designed for novel chemical discovery that is different from traditional screening in that the Sensorygen approach is a specific and sensitive screen that couples digital biology with real biology. By following the Digital Screen with bioassays appropriate for the chemical desired, we not only speed the discovery process but we ensure that the result is validated in the real world.

Based on seminal work from Dr. Anand Ray’s laboratory at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) and exclusively licensed to Sensorygen, this technology represents $2M of research investment by the National Institutes of Heath (NIH).

Beyond insect repellents, the Digital Screen platform technology can be further applied to taste in humans to identify sweet, bitter, and citrale flavors that are safe and natural for use in consumer products among other many applications.