GrassRoots, Monsanto Extend Deal for Development of Gene Promoters for Crop Yield | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GrassRoots Biotechnology and Monsanto today announced the extension of an agreement for the development of gene promoters to enhance and protect crop yields.

The original three-year deal between the two firms has been extended two years and now runs through January 2014.

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