Scientists work to develop wheat that won't set off allergies

11/27/2012 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Washington State University scientists say they likely can use genetic engineering to create a wheat plant that does not harm people who are allergic to gluten and still works well for baking. They still have work to do, but the research focuses on knocking out an enzyme linked to a set of genes that make certain gluten proteins.

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