Rosetta Genomics Sets up Rosetta Green Unit as Majority-owned Subsidiary | GenomeWeb

Rosetta Genomics said today that it has set up its Rosetta Green plant biotechnology business unit as a majority-owned subsidiary, with a 76 percent stake in the firm.

As part of the transaction, Rosetta Genomics has provided Rosetta Green with a license for three patent applications covering the use of its microRNAs in agricultural and clean technology applications, with a particular focus on improving feedstocks for biofuels and crops for agriculture.

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