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The war on gluten

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Science  25 May 2018:
Vol. 360, Issue 6391, pp. 848-851
DOI: 10.1126/science.360.6391.848

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  • RE: Wheat

    Wheat today (neowheat) is not the same as wheat c. 1950 (old wheat). Why is no one focusing on this difference in trying to assess why wheat causes problems. Neowheat contains many more chromosomes than old wheat. The more chromosomes, the more proteins made - what is the function of these neoproteins ?

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