CRISPR-Cas has the potential to make the seed breeding process more efficient, less time consuming and potentially subject to less regulation.
Illustration by Lucy Reading-Ikkanda
CRISPR-Cas genome editing technology complements an already robust plant-breeding innovation toolbox at Syngenta. While not a silver bullet, it’s a simpler, more precise tool for making specific changes to a cell’s DNA, which can help make the seed-breeding process more efficient, less time consuming and potentially subject to less regulation.
CRISPR-Cas genome editing tech complements a robust plant-breeding innovation toolbox at @SyngentaUS.
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