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Agragen to Increase Oil Content in Camelina

Submitted by on June 17, 2009 – 2:15 pmNo Comment

Agragen, a leader in using biotechnology to modify Camelina sativa to increase agronomically desirable traits, announces the acquisition of intellectual property rights that will increase oil content in the second generation oilseed crop.  Through an agreement with the University of Alberta and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), signed May, 2, Agragen will use its patented and patent-pending technology to introduce into camelina a gene encoding a key enzyme in oil synthesis. One important aspect of Agragen’s transformation system is that it does not utilize any additional genes that produce antibiotic resistance, giving it a clearer regulatory path for using the meal from its GMO camelina in livestock.   READ MORE

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