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Total Raised


Last Raised

$540K | 9 yrs ago

About EntoGenetics

EntoGenetics engineers spider silk genes into the common silk worm, producing spider silk at commercial scale using the established production capacity for silk. The company aims to commercialize spider silk which is five times tougher than Kevlar. Other markets: biomedical scaffolding for growing replacement organs, skin, tendons; also ropes, composites, and textiles.

EntoGenetics Headquarters Location

7125 Colleton Place

Charlotte, North Carolina, 28270,

United States


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EntoGenetics Patents

EntoGenetics has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Biotechnology
  • Genetics
  • Molecular biology
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Molecular biology, Woven fabrics, Genetics, Biotechnology, Transcription factors


Application Date


Grant Date



Related Topics

Molecular biology, Woven fabrics, Genetics, Biotechnology, Transcription factors



  • Where is EntoGenetics's headquarters?

    EntoGenetics's headquarters is located at 7125 Colleton Place, Charlotte.

  • What is EntoGenetics's latest funding round?

    EntoGenetics's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did EntoGenetics raise?

    EntoGenetics raised a total of $560K.

  • Who are the investors of EntoGenetics?

    Investors of EntoGenetics include Five Ventures Business Plan Competition and Duke Start-up Challenge.

  • Who are EntoGenetics's competitors?

    Competitors of EntoGenetics include Bolt Threads.

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