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Italian, Canadian, Israeli, German and U.S. Scientists Work Together to Reveal the Genetic Secrets of Durum Wheat
Published: 07/07/2016

The international collaborative research network comprising the Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA, Italy), the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), the Crop Development Centre of the University of Saskatchewan (Canada), the University of Tel Aviv (Israel), the University of Bologna (Italy), the IPK Gatersleben (Germany) and Montana State University (USA) announce, together with NRGene, a global leader in genomic analysis, the assembly of the durum wheat genome, the source of semolina, the key ingredient of pasta. The general strategy has relied on short-read sequences generated by Genomix4Life, a spinoff of the University of Salerno (Italy).

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laboratorio medicina molecolare e genomica Salerno

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