Could CRISPR be used to make food more delicious?

Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic, 19 September 2016,

Traditional GMO technology has inserted novel genes into crops to improve tolerance to pests and herbicides.  With the ease that CRISPR/Cas9 can be used, agricultural seed companies may now try to make crops with traits that appeal to consumers, not just farmers, such as enhanced nutrition and flavor.

Author: Advanced Analytical

Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. (AATI) simplifies complex genomics workflows to accelerate research and discovery in pharmaceuticals, life science, biofuels, biotechnology and healthcare.

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