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Hibiscus syriacus ‘ORSTHIB5x1’ - Petite Pink Flamingo
Features Seedless pentaploid selection Single pink flowers produced in large numbers Dark green foliage early in the season Upright and vigorous, but compact growth habit Status Plant patent application pending Available for non-exclusive license
Published: 4/12/2024   |   Inventor(s): Ryan Contreras
Keywords(s): Ornamental , Plant Varieties
Category(s): Agricultural
Improved Lox SItes for Cre Recombination Plants
Provides recombination sites for the most widely used recombinase that facilitate increased plant activity Background Site-specific recombinases are widely used molecular tools for performing DNA manipulations both in vitro and in vivo, with applications in research and biotechnology. This includes deletion, integration, and inversion of target...
Published: 1/4/2024   |   Inventor(s): Greg Goralogia, Steven Strauss
Keywords(s): Recombinase
Category(s): Biological Materials, Agricultural
Shoot Inducing Genes for Improved Production of Transgenic Plants
This invention, using Agrobacterium gene clusters, enables passive regeneration of transgenic cells without the need for plant hormones Background For plants which are recalcitrant (difficult) to transform, poor performance is usually associated with inadequate DNA delivery or difficult regeneration response. There is a need for improved methods...
Published: 8/25/2023   |   Inventor(s): Greg Goralogia, Steven Strauss
Keywords(s): Agrobacterium, Biotechnology, gene transfer, gene-edited, transgenic
Category(s): Agricultural
absolute Zebrafish Line
University of Oregon Researchers: David Lains, Zoltan Varga absolute Zebrafish Line. Summary of Our Technology: The absolute line is a cross between two recessive, non-lethal mutations: mitfab692(nacre) and ednrb1ab140 (rose). The result is a transparent zebrafish line that allows observation of organs, as well as fluorescent reporter gene products,...
Published: 6/10/2022   |   Inventor(s): David Lains, Zoltan Varga
Category(s): Agricultural, Research Tools, Veterinary Science
Maize Seeds with Mu Insertions
University of Oregon Researchers: Alice Barkan, Rosalind Williams-Carrier, Susan Belcher, Nicholas Stiffler Maize Seeds with Mu Insertions. Description of Innovation: High-copy transposons have been effectively exploited as mutagens in a variety of organisms. However, their utility for phenotype-driven forward genetics has been hampered by the difficulty...
Published: 6/10/2022   |   Inventor(s): Alice Barkan, Rosalind Williams-Carrier, Susan Belcher, Nicholas Stiffler
Category(s): Agricultural, Research Tools
Fluorescent Halogen Bonding Arylethynyl Scaffolds For Anion Recognition
­The synthesis of new molecules designed to bind or sense and report the presence of a particular substrate is an area of chemistry that is attracting attention. There exists a general lack of ligand-specific host molecules, such as specific hosts for toxic ions and small molecules of interest. There also is a dearth of specific hosts that report...
Published: 5/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Darren Johnson, Michael Haley, Jessica Lohrman
Keywords(s): Science
Category(s): Chemistry, Agricultural, Imaging, Materials Science, Nanoscience & Microtechnologies, Physical Science
Development of a Novel Zebrafish Screening System and Identification of a Novel Protein with Anti-Inflammatory Activity
HEADLINE: Novel protein with strong anti-inflammatory activity has been shown to effectively treat inflammatory bowel disease and prevent septic shock in zebrafish. University of Oregon scientists have discovered a novel protein with strong anti-inflammatory activity. The novel protein has been shown to effectively treat inflammatory bowel...
Published: 5/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Karen Guillemin, Annah Rolig
Keywords(s): Biochemistry, Biological Materials, Biotech, Research Tools, Therapeutics, Zebrafish
Category(s): Research Tools, Therapeutics, Agricultural, Diagnostics
Two-row Facultative Multi-use Variety Named LIGHTNING™
Technology Description Lightning – this is the first facultative two-row multi-use variety in the world! It was developed by Oregon State University (OSU). The variety has excellent disease resistance, resistance to pre-harvest, sprouting, and will be a high yielding variety for those interested in producing barley for feed, pearling, and/or...
Published: 3/16/2024   |   Inventor(s): Patrick Hayes, Tanya Filichkin, Scott Fisk, Laura Helgerson
Keywords(s): Agriculture, Malting
Category(s): Agricultural, Biological Materials
Snow Pea Exp. S1431
Technology Description The S1431 is a snow or Chinese pea with large, low-fiber and tasty medium-green pods intended for organic production. They should be harvested when pods are still flat and seeds have not yet developed. This cultivar is a tall vine with the first node at about 3.3 feet and should be trained to a trellis to facilitate multiple...
Published: 6/23/2023   |   Inventor(s): James Myers
Keywords(s): Edible podded peas, organic, Peas, Plant, Plant Varieties, Snow Pea
Category(s): Agricultural
Snap Pea Exp. S1423 & 1430
Technology Description S1423 and S1430 are a pair of tall-vined snap peas that were bred for production under organic conditions. They have dimpled seed that has been selected for good germination and emergence in cool soils without the application of fungicide seed treatments. The flavorful pods are medium green in color, thick-walled and succulent...
Published: 3/13/2024   |   Inventor(s): James Myers
Keywords(s): organic, Peas, Plant, Plant Varieties
Category(s): Agricultural
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