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Experimental device detects gluten in food

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Jul 18, 2014

A portable sensor that detects certain food proteins such as gluten is being developed by a California startup company. 6SensorLabs CEO Shireen Taleghani Yates, who has a gluten allergy, said she is trying to make the sensor sleek and convenient to use, and she intends to add capabilities for detecting other food allergens, such as nuts. Entrepreneur online (07/11)


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