KeyGene to Perform Marker Research for Biofuel Developer D1 Oils | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - KeyGene said yesterday that it has entered into a two-year molecular genetics research collaboration with biodiesel producer D1 Oils.
Under the terms of the agreement, D1 gains exclusive rights to molecular services carried out by KeyGene on Jatropha curcas, an oilseed tree that grows in tropical and sub-tropical regions and produces high yields of inedible vegetable oil that can be refined into biodiesel.

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