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The most cutting-edge research behind gluten detection and celiac disease / gluten sensitivity.


Gluten-Free School Science Fair Experiments: Part 3!

Summer is a time to keep learning and prepare for your next school science fair! Science is sometimes regarded as a just a required subject but it really part of everyday life! Problem-solving, critical thinking, logical reasoning, communication and project management are some of the most important skills students learn in school, and science fair projects can asisst with […]

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2016 Year in Review

Emport reviews 2016!

What’s been happening in research and development in gluten and wheat? Every year brings advances in knowledge about gluten, Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance. With the end of 2016 approaching, we thought now would be the best time to review some of the recent research and developments that affect the gluten free community. If we’ve […]

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Potential breakthrough treatment for Celiac Disease

You’ve heard of nanotechnology, but are you familiar with Nanomedicine? Nanomedicine is a fast-developing field, employing new, and newer, technologies to improve the targeted delivery of drugs and the repair of damaged cells. The development of these tiny robots is touching every aspect of medicine. We are most excited about the application of nanoparticles as […]

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Good news for Celiacs!

Here’s an interesting paper! Researchers modified wheat to reduce gliadin, and may have found something that could be A) celiac-safe and B) usable to bake bread, pasta, etc. The original paper, published in 2010, outlines efforts in engineering wheat to remove gliadin, the culprit in wheat that directly affects Celiacs. Gil-Humanes and his team used […]

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