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DuPont Licenses Syngenta's New Insect-Resistant Corn

11:27 AM MST | February 19, 2008 | Michelle Bryner

DuPont says it has entered into an agreement with Syngenta, under which DuPont gains access to Syngenta's new insect resistance technology in corn. DuPont will pay royalties to Syngenta for the non-exclusive, global license with stacking rights to the corn technology MIR162. The companies did not release other terms of the agreement. MIR162 is currently in the regulatory review process in the U.S. and major corn export markets. Syngenta says it expects the technology to receive U.S. regulatory approval by the end of the year. The gene contained in MIR162 is...

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