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12.533 - High Phytase Cereals

Patent Reference:
Patent Publications: WO2012/146597; EP 2702156, US 2017/0081648 A1.
Granted Patents: US 9,540,633.


Dr Henrik Brinch-Pedersen
Aarhus University (Denmark)


“HighPhy”: High Phytase Wheat

Non-GM wheat with seed phytase levels 5-8x the levels commonly seen in wheat. Benefits for animal feed, human nutrition and the environment. Avoid costs of synthetic phytase feed additives. Significantly reduced phytate in grain-based human diets. Germplasm and methods for easily breeding and selecting this valuable trait. This technology has not been published in the scientific literature and comes from Dr Henrik Brinch-Pedersen and colleagues at Aarhus University, Denmark.


References:

Dionisio et al (2011). Cloning and Characterization of Purple Acid Phosphatase Phytases from Wheat, Barley, Maize, and Rice. Plant Physiology 156, 1087-1100.
  

Contact: Dr Jan Chojecki

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