Arcadia's reduced-gluten grain project gets $2M NIH grant

10/4/2013 | American City Business Journals

The NIH's National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases awarded Arcadia Biosciences a $2 million grant to develop grains with lower gluten content. Arcadia will work with Karol Sestak, a microbiology and immunology associate professor at Tulane University, on the project. "The goal of our reduced-gluten grains research program is to develop wholesome grains that provide a wider range of food choices for people with gluten-intolerance and celiac disease," Arcadia President and CEO Eric Rey said.

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