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  • The N terminus of Autographa californica Multiple Nucleopoly...

    Autographa californica multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus (AcMNPV) DNA polymerase (DNApol) plays a crucial role in viral DNA synthesis and the N terminus (residues 1 to 186) is highly conserved in the baculovirus DNApol family.

  • Genetic Mapping Reveals a Candidate Gene (ClFS1) for Fruit S...

    The polyploidy watermelon breeding group of Zhengzhou Fruit Research Institute of CAAS reveals a candidate gene for fruit shape in watermelon. The related paper was recently published on Theoretical and Applied Genetics.

  • The New Progress on Exploring the Attenuated Isolates of Cuc...

    The research team led by Professor Gu Qinsheng from the Zhengzhou Fruit Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) has been working on the prevention and control of cucurbit viral diseases.

  • Effect on Tanscriptome and Metabolome of Stacked Transgenic ...

    The research group of Biotechnology Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) analyzed the impact of gene stacking on transcriptome and metabolomics of maize. The related paper was recently published on Plant Journal.

  • The Fungal Pathogen Magnaporthe Oryzae Suppresses Innate Imm...

    Potassium (K+) is required by plants for growth and development, and also contributes to immunity against pathogens. However, it has not been established whether pathogens modulate host K+ signaling pathways to enhance virulence and subvert host immunity.

  • Characterization of a Major QTL for Mn Accumulation in Rice ...

    Some diets lack sufficient Manganese (Mn), an essential trace element for life. Although increasing Mn in grain by biofortification could prevent Mn deficiency, it may increase levels of the toxic element cadmium (Cd).

  • Robust Genome Editing of CRISPR-Cas9 at NAG PAMs in Rice

    Recently, researchers from China National Rice Research Institute of Chinese Academy of CAAS and Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) cooperatively reported that CRISPR-Cas9 system could effectively recognize NAG PAMs in rice on the paper entitled Robust genome editing of CRISPR-Cas9 at NAG PAMs in rice.

  • An Anthocyanin-rich Purple Embryo Maize Germplasm Generated ...

    Using a novel multi-gene expression system, a research group of the Biotechnology Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) engineered a “Purple Embryo Maize” by changing the spatiotemporal expression characteristics of anthocyanin biosynthesis related maize genes.

  • IEDA Participates in EU Horizon 2020 Programme

    Recently, the “Coordination of CIRCASA under the EU Horizon 2020 Programme , applied by the Innovation Team of GHG Emission, Mitigation and Carbon Sequestration, and the Innovation Team of Environment Engineering for Livestock of IEDA of CAAS, obtained the approval from the EU.

  • A New Method for Efficient and Convenient Plant Genetic Tran...

    The scientific research teams of Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development in Agriculture and Biotechnology Research Institute of CAAS have conducted the joint research and developed a new method for plant genetic transformation with high-throughput, convenient operation and wide purposes by using magnetic nanoparticles as gene carriers.

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