NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Keygene has licensed its DNA marker technology to the Belgium Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research, or ILVO, the Dutch company said today.
 
Under the limited, non-exclusive agreement, ILVO will use Keygene’s AFLP technology to perform reactions to identify certain plant varieties.
 

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