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Monsanto and Chromatin Team Up for Seed Pact
June 6, 2007 | Michelle Bryner
Monsanto and Chromatin (Chicago), a privately held technology company, say they have entered into a three-year joint R&D agreement to develop “stacked” crop varieties, which contain multiple traits. Financial terms were not disclosed. Under the agreement, Monsanto receives non-exclusive rights to use Chromatin’s mini-chromosome stacking technology in canola, corn, cotton, and soybeans. Chromatin retains the right to “broadly license” its proprietary technology to other companies and third parties, the companies say...
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