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Gene editing could cut food additive use and put more nutritious options in supermarkets

University of Minnesota | 
[In 2019], Minneapolis-based Calyxt introduced a soybean oil without trans fats for commercial sale. It was the first gene-edited food ...
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Talking Biotech: TALEN gene editing to make more nutritious food crops

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Calyxt's Dan Voytas: Using TALEN gene editing to create soybeans with healthier oil, high fiber wheat and canola with lower ...
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