NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Evogene said today that it has licensed to French company Vilmorin the rights to certain genes it has discovered that could be used to improve the yield and stability of tomatoes.
Evogene said the candidate genes involved were discovered using the company’s in silico gene discovery technology and have been shown to improve the yield and yield stability in tomatoes.

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