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Stacking Sequence-Specific Nuclease-Induced Mutations Using TALENs to Improve Soybean Oil

13:00 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | ISAAA

Controlling levels of individual fatty acids in soybean oil can be used to increase its shelf-life, frying stability, and nutrition. In previous studies, soybean lines with knockout mutations within fatty acid desaturase 2-1A (FAD2-1A) and FAD2-1B genes were generated, resulting in oil with increased levels of monounsaturated oleic acid and decreas...

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