Gluten Detection 101: Antibodies and Proteins

Today my (Emily’s) second post went up over at Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom.

Hooray!

The post deals with gluten detection, of course, which is an area near and dear to my heart. Specifically, I try to explain a bit about what happens when a person tests for gluten. What are they looking for? Why are some tools better than others? Where’s Waldo?

It would be silly to rewrite the post here, so I’ll just point you straight to the source: Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom

Stay tuned for more posts about the differences between lateral flow and ELISA tests, the murky world of gluten in oats, and all sorts of other tidbits of gluten-free knowledge.

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About Emport, LLC

North American distributor for GlutenTox and AlerTox, easy and accurate test kits that detect traces of gluten, soy, casein, nuts, etc. Kits for consumers as well as food safety professionals. http://www.glutentox.com
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