Biotech potato could improve nutrition in India

01/2/2003 | BBC

A potato being developed by Indian scientists could provide a third more protein and substantially more lysine and methionine than a standard potato. A gene containing the AmA1 protein is taken from the amaranth plant, a plant with no known allergens, and added to the ordinary potatoes.

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