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The NSF awarded GrassRoots an SBIR Phase IIB grant in the amount of $500,000. The grant matches $1,000,000 revenue that GrassRoots has achieved as a result of commercialization of Phase II research aimed at developing expression elements for constitutive control of gene expression.
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Every trait gene that is inserted into a plant must be combined with appropriate regulatory elements to control its expression. It is the combination of these expression elements (which we will collectively refer to as the promoter for brevity) and the trait gene that produces the desired phenotype....
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