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...signs collaboration deal with synthetic biology firm

11:51 AM MDT | October 4, 2013

Dow AgroSciences says it has entered into a collaboration with Synpromics (Edinburgh, UK), a privately funded synthetic biology company, to develop Synpromics’ proprietary technology for application in plant science. An initial proof of concept project with Dow AgroSciences has commenced to demonstrate the application of Synpromics’ synthetic promoter technology in certain crops, Dow AgroSciences says. “Synthetic promoters in the agricultural industry have significant potential to accelerate the gene discovery and product development of new traits,” says...

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