PRB4G is a gene encoding the protein receptor for a conserved PAMP from Xanthomonas sppPRB4G™, which is naturally present in Arabidopsis thaliana but absent in other plant species, is a patented receptor gene that modulates immune responses (PTI) upon Xanthomonas spp. infection.

PRB5G™ is a gene encoding the protein receptor for a conserved PAMP from Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. PRB5G™, which is naturally present in Arabidopsis thaliana and other crucifer species, is a patented receptor gene that modulates immune responses (PTI) upon Sclerotinia sclerotiorum infection.

PRB10G™ is a patented immunity cascade gene that confers strong tolerance to fungal, oomycete and bacterial diseases and to different abiotic stress conditions.

PRB10G™ is a gene conserved in all plant species that encodes a MAP-Kinase regulating PTI response and resistance in a wide range of plant/pathogen interactions. Constitutive expression of PRB10G™ confers broad-spectrum resistance to fungi, oomycetes and bacteria, without any cost to fitness (yield).

PRB33G™ is a patented gene to develop drought tolerant plants. This gene encodes the enzyme required for the last biosynthesis step of the plant metabolite of our product PRB33G™.

PRB33G™ is conserved in all major crops and its expression is induced under drought stress. Overexpression of PRB33G™ in plants confers drought tolerance without any cost to fitness (yield) in vegetative or seed production.