By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Two Blades Foundation has granted Syngenta access to its genome engineering technology for commercial uses in certain crop plants under an agreement announced late on Tuesday.

The non-exclusive license provides Syngenta access to the Transcription Activator Like (TAL) effector Code, a technology for engineering proteins that bind to specific DNA sequences for precise modulation of genomes.

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