New test works faster to ID gluten in food

11/17/2008 | WebMD

Spanish and U.K. researchers say they have developed a faster test for food manufacturers to use to detect a gluten protein called gliadin in foods. The test was "highly sensitive" and took 90 minutes, compared to about 8 hours for a test that is currently available, the researchers said.

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