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Special: BASF Podcast - A potato with a special starch
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Ludwigshafen (ots) - This is a special edition of BASF's audio magazine for innovation on the occasion of the EU approval for commercial cultivation of the starch potato Amflora.
With the help of plant biotechnology BASF developed a special potato named Amflora. The starch derived from Amflora has only one component - amylopectin. Due to this pureness this innovative starch is particularly interesting for various industries. Possible applications are in paper, adhesives, textiles and construction. Listen to the audio reportage with the BASF experts Dr. Thorsten Storck und Anne van Gastel about Amflora.
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Press release on the occasion of the EU approval of starch potato Amflora http://www.basf.com/group/pressrelease/P-10-179
Biotechnology at BASF http://www.basf.com/biotechnology
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Editorial contact: Contact for Amflora related questions: Dr. Susanne Benner BASF Plant Science Telefon: +49 621-60-28574 Telefax: +49 621-60-28117 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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