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Higher Yielding Biomass Plants Developed Utilizing Newly Discovered Cell Wall Structures and Proteins

The researchers have created transgenic plants, which have a higher biomass potential given increased plant size. The new plants also have a decreased resistance to enzymes, which in turn will decrease the cost of converting the plant into biofuel. The new framework allows for understanding cell wall synthesis better, and subsequently enables the creation of more transgenic plants

Inventors

ID: 1664

License Status
  • Available For Licensing
Inventoring Institution
  • University of Georgia
Patent Application/Patent

1664: A1 and A1-like glycoconjugates



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