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Genetic Literacy Project 07/19/2019 07:10
Genetically modified ingredients in food and drink’ are reported as having a comparatively low level of concern associated with them (27%) – number 8 of the 15 specified concerns on the list.
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Innova Market Insights 07/19/2019 02:25
The company’s agroscience expertise and creative business model are revolutionising soy cultivation and commercialisation to deliver a portfolio of tastier, non-GMO (genetically-modified organism) soy with a higher nutritional profile.
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The Scientist 07/18/2019 14:57
Arbor Biosciences, a division of Chiral Technologies, Inc and worldwide leader in next generation sequencing (NGS) target enrichment, announces a partnership with Curio Genomics for bioinformatics analysis of the wheat genome.
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Lifeboat News: The Blog 07/18/2019 12:23
Many organic advocates claim that genetically engineered crops are harmful to human health, the environment, and the farmers who work with them.
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SynBioBeta 07/18/2019 04:42
Evogene Amends its Collaboration Agreement with Bayer to Include Genome Editing Targets.
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PubMed News (NIH) 07/18/2019
In a mouse model of T cell lymphoma driven by TET deficiency (Tet2/3 DKO T cells), genomic analysis of malignant T cells revealed DNA hypomethylation in the heterochromatic genomic compartment, as well as reactivation of repeat elements and enrichment for single nucleotide alterations, primarily in heterochromatic regions of the genome.
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Food Ingredients First 07/17/2019 20:00
A new class of seed-breeding Until now, Equinom notes that non-GMO soy crops cultivated for ideal traits have been prone to yield inconsistencies and have exposed farmers to seasonal failures beyond their control.
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ScienceDaily 07/17/2019 13:27
Two newly discovered organisms point to the existence of an ancient organism that resembled a tiny version of the lumbering, human-eating science fiction plants known as 'triffids,' according to research in Nature.
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Hindu Business Line (India) 07/17/2019 11:46
As evidence that it’s both unnecessary and too costly, he points to a 2014 report in science journal Nature that found conventional breeding was faster than genetic engineering in developing drought-resistant corn and a 2011 report that put a $136 million price tag on a genetically modified crop trait.
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During that time, less attention was paid to the movement of HR alleles via pollen or seed among weed populations.
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AllAfrica News (Africa) 07/16/2019 11:06
[Innovation in Africa] A six month old Nigerian startup has raised US$4.5 million to collect DNA data to improve treatments for Africans and those of African descent. Russell Southwood spoke to its co-founder Francis Osifo about how it will work.
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Benzinga 07/16/2019 10:59
The collaboration aims to develop improved corn seeds with resistance to fungal diseases.
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PR Newswire 07/16/2019 08:01
DALLAS, July 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- People watching their sugar and dairy intake or those looking to eat cleanly have a new reason to wake up in the morning with a smile, thanks to Mooala, a leading maker of plant-based, organic beverages at a family-friendly price point.
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