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Plant Transformation Scientists
Plastomics
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Posted: 07-Oct-21

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

Type: Full Time

Area of Focus:

Cell Biology
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About Plastomics
Plastomics is developing a novel trait delivery technology that places beneficial traits in the chloroplast of plant cells, rather than the nucleus. Plastomics’ trait delivery platform provides solutions for many current biotech seed industry challenges: multi-trait products with complex trait integration and breeding programs, increasing pest resistance development requiring higher trait dose and new modes of action, and the inability to expand the reach of biotech traits to crops with outcrossing concerns. Providing solutions to these challenges will give seed companies a valuable tool to help growers meet the nutritional needs of a growing population.
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