Some of the scientific basis behind GlutenTox Home as a lateral-flow test kit, and the G12 antibody (in both lateral-flow and ELISA form):
- Gut Journal study on the toxicity of oats, which used G12 to discover that some varieties of pure oats do in fact contain gluten and can cause adverse reactions in patients with celiac disease.
- American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on developing the G12 antibody against the 33mer peptide (link will open a PDF for download)
- Identification of the toxic 33-mer peptide, link opens the abstract to a study originally published in Science in 2002.
- Gluten Contamination of Grains, Seeds and Flours, abstract of the original 2010 study and analysis by Tricia Thompson, one of the study’s authors. Of 22 inherently gluten-free grains purchased in a supermarket and analyzed via ELISA, seven (32%) contained more than 20ppm gluten and an additional nine (41%) contained between 5ppm and 20ppm gluten.
A handful of our favorite reviews and mentions from around the internet:
- The Liberated Kitchen’s review, October, 2012
- About.com Gluten Free Cooking’s review, April, 2011
- Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom, May, 2011
- Triumph Dining Review, September, 2011
- Viewpoints review of GlutenTox Home, October, 2011
- Tina Turbin’s Gluten Free Help, November, 2011
- FaveDiets Review, December, 2011
- Gluten Free Works review, January 2012
- Food, Living and Everything Else review, January 2012
- Gluten-Free Food in Atlanta Examiner review, February 2012
Useful websites for celiacs and the people who love them: