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Wsu Researcher 'very Close' On Celiac-Safe Wheat, Herbicide-Tolerant Barley - Capital Press
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WSU researcher 'very close' on celiac-safe wheat, herbicide-tolerant barley

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Rich Koenig, associate dean and director of WSU Extension, said the wheat project involves removing the gluten material that causes the adverse reaction in people who have celiac disease. The National Institutes of Health and Washington State's Life ...

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Wow. Very interesting article.

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Ditto--  Altohgh I wonder if they take out the  protein that causes  celiac -- it might become like einkorn or farrow or he original wheats before they were modified in the 60s to contain more gluten

 

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The article said it wouldn't be suitable for things like bread so what's the point?

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