Trio establish shrimp gene editing tech

Whiteleg shrimp

New alliance sets out to improve traits including growth rate, disease resistance and environmental adaptation

Aquaculture and biotech firm Colors Farm Ltd and computational biology company Evogene Ltd have entered into a collaboration with Israel’s Ben-Gurion University (BGU) to develop gene editing technology for crustaceans.

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