NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Keygene and the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, have established a laboratory to study plant genomics and breeding, Keygene said today.
 
The SIBS’ Institute for Plant Physiology and Ecology opened on July 12 and will use Keygene’s AFLP, SNPWave, CRoPS, and KeyPoint technologies, which are part of the company’s genotyping research capabilities, custom plant SNP-detection assays, and bioinformatics platforms aimed at plant and vegetable breeding.

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