Disease resistance work identifies genes more quickly

Researchers at the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge and The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich have developed a faster method of identifying disease-resistance genes in plants and found new genes for blight resistance in Solanum americanum, a wild relative of the potato. Their paper was published in Nature Biotechnology earlier this month.

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