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on February 21, 2011

USDA Deregulates Biotech Amylase Corn

USDA announced Feb. 11 that it has deregulated a variety of corn genetically engineered to produce a common enzyme that speeds the breakdown of starch into sugar, a key step in making ethanol.

USDA announced Feb. 11 that it has deregulated a variety of corn genetically engineered to produce a common enzyme that speeds the breakdown of starch into sugar, a key step in making ethanol. The decision is expected to help the United States meet its goals for ethanol production, the department

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