Inhibrx develops multivalent costimulatory agonists, checkpoint inhibitors, and therapeutics to invert the tumor microenvironment toward local immune activation.
Number of employees: 51 – 250
Location: La Jolla, CA, USA
Difficulty finding data across multiple systems
Without a formal tracking system, plasmid maps were distributed across multiple scientists’ computers. Finding the right plasmid map would involve walking through the lab to find the right scientist.
Lack of data integrity
Spreadsheets were used to track requests and information about plasmids, requiring extensive manual search and limiting user compliance.
Tracking processes with paper
Experimental notes were taken using a shared paper lab notebook, making it difficult to find experimental details and extract insights.