Detection of antibodies to gliadin, one of the major protein components of gluten, is a sensitive assay useful in diagnosing Celiac Disease. However, gliadin antibodies may be found in individuals without Celiac Disease; thus gliadin antibody assays are less specific than assays measuring antibodies to endomysium and transglutaminase. Recent work has revealed that gliadin-reactive antibodies from Celiac patients bind to a very limited number of specific epitopes on the gliadin molecule. Further, deamidation of gliadin results in enhanced binding of gliadin antibodies. Based on this information, assays using deamidated gliadin peptides bearing the celiac-specific epitopes have much higher diagnostic accuracy for Celiac Disease when compared to standard gliadin antibody assays ...
Detection of antibodies to gliadin, one of the major protein components of gluten, is a sensitive assay useful in diagnosing celiac disease. However, gliadin antibodies may be found in individuals without Celiac Disease; thus gliadin antibody assays are less specific than assays measuring antibodies to endomysium and transglutaminase. Recent work has revealed that gliadin-reactive antibodies from Celiac patients bind to a very limited number of specific epitopes on the gliadin molecule. Further, deamidation of gliadin results in enhanced binding of gliadin antibodies. Based on this information, assays using deamidated gliadin peptides bearing the celiac-specific epitopes have much higher diagnostic accuracy for Celiac Disease when compared to standard gliadin anibody assays ...
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Results: Aspirin increased plasma concentrations of gliadin after oral administration but had no effect in the closed intestinal loop study. An in situ intestinal re-circulating perfusion study showed that FITC-labeled gliadin was absorbed similarly to FD-40. Aspirin increased absorption of both intact and pepsin-digested gliadin, with a more significant effect on absorption of pepsin-treated gliadin. Immunoblotting showed that most gliadin was absorbed in intact form. When the gliadin fraction was extracted from rat plasma after gavage and injected intradermally into gliadin-sensitized rats, EBD extravasation was observed at injection sites in a gliadin dose-dependent manner ...
Results: Aspirin increased plasma concentrations of gliadin after oral administration but had no effect in the closed intestinal loop study. An in situ intestinal re-circulating perfusion study showed that FITC-labeled gliadin was absorbed similarly to FD-40. Aspirin increased absorption of both intact and pepsin-digested gliadin, with a more significant effect on absorption of pepsin-treated gliadin. Immunoblotting showed that most gliadin was absorbed in intact form. When the gliadin fraction was extracted from rat plasma after gavage and injected intradermally into gliadin-sensitized rats, EBD extravasation was observed at injection sites in a gliadin dose-dependent manner ...
Anti-gliadin antibodies are produced in response to gliadin, a prolamin found in wheat. In bread wheat it is encoded by three different alleles, AA, BB, and DD. These alleles can produce slightly different gliadins, which can cause the body to produce different antibodies. Some of these antibodies can detect proteins in specific grass taxa such as Triticeae (Triticeae glutens), while others react sporadically with certain species in those taxa, or over many taxonomically defined grass tribes. This antibody is found in ~80% of patients with coeliac disease. It is directed against the alpha/beta and gamma (α,β,γ) gliadins. It is also found in a number of patients who are not enteropathic. Some of these patients may have neuropathies that respond favorably to a gluten elimination diet. This is referred to as gluten-sensitive idiopathic neuropathy. Clinically these antibodies and IgG antibodies to gliadin are abbreviated as AGA. The IgG antibody is similar to AGA IgA, but is found at higher ...
Celiac disease (CD) is caused by an uncontrolled immune response to gluten, a heterogeneous mixture of wheat storage proteins. The CD-toxicity of these proteins and their derived peptides is depending on the presence of specific T-cell epitopes (9-mer peptides; CD epitopes) that mediate the stimulation of HLA-DQ2/8 restricted T-cells. Next to the thoroughly characterized major T-cell epitopes derived from the α-gliadin fraction of gluten, γ-gliadin peptides are also known to stimulate T-cells of celiac disease patients. To pinpoint CD-toxic γ-gliadins in hexaploid bread wheat, we examined the variation of T-cell epitopes involved in CD in γ-gliadin transcripts of developing bread wheat grains. A detailed analysis of the genetic variation present in γ-gliadin transcripts of bread wheat (T. aestivum, allo-hexaploid, carrying the A, B and D genome), together with genomic γ-gliadin sequences from ancestrally related diploid wheat species, enabled the assignment of sequence variants to one of the three
Although the gliadin-deamidating activity of tTG toward gliadin was known since 1998 79-82 , attention was focused on the deamidation effect on binding of
For the first time, protein fibers with excellent mechanical properties and water stability have been produced from gliadin for potential use in tissue culture and other medical applications. Biomaterials developed from plant proteins such as zein and soyproteins are preferred for several medical applications over synthetic polymers such as polylactic acid. However, the plant protein based biomaterials developed so far have poor mechanical properties and hydrolytic stability even after crosslinking. This study aims to develop biomaterials from gliadin with excellent mechanical properties and water stability without using any crosslinking agents. A novel gliadin fiber production method was used to self crosslink the fibers and obtain high strength and water stability. Gliadin fibers have high strength (120 MPa) and elongation (25%) compared to similar collagen fibers that were crosslinked with glutaraldehyde (strength of about 44 MPa and elongation of 14%). The fibers show 100% strength retention after
What Are Anti-Gliadin Antibodies? Anti-gliadin antibodies (AGA) are produced by the body as an immune response against partially digested gliadin peptides (fragments) that have abnormally entered the body from the intestinal tract. Gliadin is a protein in wheat grain. Anti-gliadin antibodies circulating .... Read More » ...
OBJECTIVE: Assays for antibodies against native gliadin (anti-nGli) are still often assumed to perform better in the diagnosis of coeliac disease in young children than tests for antibodies to deamidated gliadin (anti-dGli), tissue transglutaminase (anti-tTG), and endomysium (EmA). We compared the performance of assays for anti-nGli, anti-dGli, anti-tTG, and EmA in this age group. METHODS: We investigated retrospectively 184 children (42 with coeliac disease under normal diet and 142 controls) up to 2 years of age. Immunoglobulin (Ig) A- and IgG-anti-dGli, IgA- and IgG-anti-nGli, IgA- and IgG-anti-tTG, and IgA-EmA were measured in serum. Areas under receiver operating characteristics curves, sensitivities, specificities, positive and negative predictive values, positive and negative likelihood ratios, as well as diagnostic odds ratios were calculated. RESULTS: From all of the tests investigated, only assays for IgG-anti-dGli, IgA-anti-tTG, and IgA-EmA had high specificity (≥ 0.96) connected with high
Deduced α-gliadin isoforms and CD-epitope frequencies of cultivars. Amino acid sequences of the N-terminal part of α-gliadins as deduced from α-gliadin trans
Background: Many efforts are going on to find new strategies to detoxify wheat flour in order to make it suitable for the diet of celiac disease (CD) patients. Fermentation of wheat flour with sourdough lactobacilli and fungal proteases has already been demonstrated to reduce gluten-induced inflammatory effects in celiac patients. Aim: In this study, we evaluated the effect of detoxified flour on peripheral blood immune response after a brief oral challenge in subjects with treated CD. Methods: Four CD patients on a gluten-free diet from at least 2 years were voluntarily enrolled in the study. They ate for 3 days bread made of fermented flour (12 g gluten/die). Immune reactivity to gliadin, either from detoxified or toxic wheat, was analyzed on peripheral blood cells by detecting INF-γ releasing cells before and 6 days after the challenge. Results: No INF-γ secreting CD4+ T cells reactive to hydrolyzed gliadin with sourdough lactobacilli and fungal proteases were detected on day 6 of the ...
Hey Guys! I am a 23 year old male with a history of low body weight (presently 510, 125 lbs.) although I eat a lot. I am also extraordinarily active (run 5 miles a day), although I get headaches and stomach upsets sometimes, but I feel well enough that activity remains uninterrupted. I am, and have been eating TONS of gluten. Doctors say I just dont eat enough. FALSE. I eat 3,000 calories a day on average but my weight has been bugging me recently so I ordered my own labs through PrivateMDLABS. I have an appointment at the Celiac Center in NYC February 15th, but I ordered some labs and would like help interpreting. The antibody tests were all strongly negative, but the genetic tests look strongly correlated as positive with Celiac: 1) Deamidated Gliadin Antibodies, IGA: 3 (reference range 0-19); Negative is 0-19; Positive is 20-30; Strong positive ,30 2) Deamidated Gliadin Antibodies, IgG: 3 (reference range 0-19); Negative is 0-19; Positive is 20-30; Strong Positive ,30 3) Ttg-IgA: ,2 ...
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OBJECTIVE: To report neurologic phenotypes and their etiologies determined among 68 patients with either (1) celiac disease (CD) or (2) no CD, but gliadin antibody positivity (2002-2012). METHODS: Neurologic patients included both those with the CD-prerequisite major histocompatibility complex class II human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-DQ2/DQ8 haplotype, and those without. The 3 groups were as follows: group 1 (n = 44), CD or transglutaminase (Tg)-2/deamidated gliadin immunoglobulin (Ig)A/IgG detected; group 2 (n = 15), HLA-DQ2/DQ8 noncarriers, and gliadin IgA/IgG detected; and group 3 (n = 9), HLA-DQ2/DQ8 carriers, and gliadin IgA/IgG detected ...
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Gliadin antibody, IgA - this is a test looking for the presence of IgA antibodies to the gliadin (part of the gluten proteins) found in wheat, rye, and barley - i.e., the gluten grains. This test result is negative for these antibodies, however a person can still have trouble tolerating gliadin/gluten grains if they have a negative test result on this specific test for several possible reasons: 1) sero-negative Celiac (or IgA deficiency, causing artifically low results & thus a false negative on this test), 2) non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity - need to check anti-Gliadin IgG to look for this, but again it can be sero-negative, or 3) the person has a wheat or gluten allergy, which is mediated by IgE antibodies instead of IgA antibodies...thus an IgE RAST for wheat (should also include rye & barley RAST tests) would need to be done to rule this in/out ...
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INTRODUCTION: Autoimmune diseases, such as celiac disease (CD) and diabetes mellitus type 1, tend to co-occur within the same patient. The prevalence of CD in diabetic children is higher than in the general population, and is estimated to be 0.6-16.4%. The diagnosis of CD is based on histopathological examination and serological testing, however, these methods are still imperfect and new diagnostic algorithms should be considered. AIM: The aim of the study was to assess the diagnostic value of serological tests detecting antibodies against deamidated gliadin peptide, endomysium, tissue transglutaminase, neo-epitope tissue transglutaminase and to identify HLA-related genetic predisposition to CD in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM1 ...
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Description: The most comprehensive and accurate lab test for gluten sensitivity. It does not just check for one gluten marker (as done by most other labs), but it checks ALL markers which signal that gluten is a problem in your diet. This includes all deamidated gliadins, alpha, alpha-beta, gamma and omega gliadin, HMW and LMW glutenin family, Zonulin protein and actin, tTG-DGP Fusion Peptides, Wheat germ agglutinin (WGA), differential transglutaminase (2, 3 and 6), Non-gluten wheat proteins (Farinins, Globulins, Serpins, Amylase/Protease inhibitors, and total IgA and IgG. Intestinal Permeability Panel (Leaky Gut) by Vibrant Wellness ...
It should be of no surprise to anyone reading this, if you follow my blog, that the first food component I will address is wheat and gluten containing grains as a cause of increased intestinal permeability. Gliadin is a gluten protein contained in wheat and other grains like rye and barley that have been targeted in celiac disease(read more here http://www.renosoar.com/holistic-health-tips/to-eat-gluten-or-not-to-eat-gluten-that-is-the-question).. A recent published study took biopsy specimens from small intestines of adult subjects undergoing an esophagogastroduodonscopy (EGD) for various reasons. Each subject was categorized as either a celiac patient with active disease (ACD), celiac patient in remission (RCD), non-celiac patient with gluten sensitivity (GS), and non-celiac control (NC). Each biopsy was incubated with gliadin or media alone. The researchers found that all biopsies demonstrated increased intestinal permeability in all groups in the presence of gliadin. However, the greatest ...
It should be of no surprise to anyone reading this, if you follow my blog, that the first food component I will address is wheat and gluten containing grains as a cause of increased intestinal permeability. Gliadin is a gluten protein contained in wheat and other grains like rye and barley that have been targeted in celiac disease(read more here http://www.renosoar.com/holistic-health-tips/to-eat-gluten-or-not-to-eat-gluten-that-is-the-question).. A recent published study took biopsy specimens from small intestines of adult subjects undergoing an esophagogastroduodonscopy (EGD) for various reasons. Each subject was categorized as either a celiac patient with active disease (ACD), celiac patient in remission (RCD), non-celiac patient with gluten sensitivity (GS), and non-celiac control (NC). Each biopsy was incubated with gliadin or media alone. The researchers found that all biopsies demonstrated increased intestinal permeability in all groups in the presence of gliadin. However, the greatest ...
In this weeks edition of Ask Dr. J, Dr. Russell Jaffe is asked about the benefit of testing for gliadin separately from gluten when testing for glute ...
Although impressive progress has been made with identifying variation in the abundances of coeliac disease epitopes in α-gliadins, it must be borne in mind that other groups of gluten protein also contain coeliac active sequences. This was demonstrated in the survey of gluten protein sequences in the Uniprot protein sequence database by Spaenij-Dekking et al. (2005) which is referred to above. They showed that T-cell stimulatory epitopes were present in all γ-gliadin sequences (17/17), in 95.5% (21/22) of HMW subunit sequences and in 5% of LMW subunit sequences (3/57), in addition to 66% (19/29) of α-gliadin sequences. (Improving wheat to remove coeliac epitopes but retain functionality. Peter R. Shewry and Arthur S. Tatham 2016).. ...
The Trouble with Wheat Part III, or "How You Got Fat Silently". Reference: Your Hidden Food Allergies are Making You Fat, Rudy Rivera 2002. Date: Oct 5th, 2010. Our last letter was about how wheat has a protein called gliadin in it that is hard to digest (11 steps) and can sneak into your gut. How exactly it gets through your intestinal wall is a bit of a mystery, but get through it does, in part because you have sampling cells that are constantly nibbling at whats out in the gut to see if its "friend or foe". But the gliadin sets up a brisk response, and loosens the tight junctions. Now, you have "leaky gut" syndrome. More gliadin floods in and your body starts to make antibodies against any more gluten/gliadin that might show up.. Remember, you have 70% of your immune system around your intestines. Think about having a sensitivity reaction to a very common food, like wheat. What percentage of your immune output is going to be directed to battling wheat? Its meant to be good for you, and ...
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The primary sequence of the 33-mer gliadin peptide also had homologs among a few nongluten proteins. Among the strongest homologs were internal sequences from pertactin (a highly immunogenic protein from Bordetella pertussis) and a mammalian protein tyrosine phosphatase of unknown function. In both cases, available information suggested that this homology could have biological relevance. For example, the region of pertactin that is homologous to the 33-mer gliadin peptide is known to be part of the immuno-dominant segment of the protein (34). In the case of the phosphatase homolog, the protein is known to undergo vesicular trafficking ...
The purpose of this study was to determine whether avenin could cause immune activation of cultured duodenal biopsies taken from patients with coeliac disease. The parameters investigated included quantification of IFN-γ and IL-2 mRNA and also measurement of secreted cytokines in culture supernatants. Avenin failed to induce a statistically significant cytokine response in the eight coeliac patients studied: no significant increase in the level of mRNA or protein for IFN-γ or IL-2 was observed. In contrast, gliadin addition to duodenal biopsy cultures from a further nine treated coeliac patients caused immune activation in these subjects.. In gliadin stimulated coeliac biopsy cultures, production of IFN-γ was more prominent than that of IL-2. An increase in IFN-γ mRNA was observed in all nine patients with very high levels present in four subjects. Moreover, an increase in IFN-γ protein was found in these four patients. In contrast, although IL-2 mRNA was increased in six subjects after ...
Well it seems like everywhere you turn there are contrary ideas, studies, and info regarding the Paleo lifestyle. One of the biggest confusing aspects of it is the pretty extensive list of unhealthy or non-paleo foods. I have read that grains are bad for you because of gluten, lectin, and phytates. A website i was reading up on in regards to paleo said that gluten causes gut inflamation because of gliadin triggering an immune response in our bodies to release antigliadin. This makes the antigliadin fight the gliadin and any time there is an immune response, there is inflimmation. Next i read from the same website, Lectins are other toxins present in all grains that cause their load of problems. First, they damage the gut lining and a damaged gut lining is an inflamed gut lining that will have difficulty absorbing nutrients. This also leads the way to colon cancer. Lectins also causes leptin resistance, which means that your hunger signal is suppressed and that youll be hungry even when ...
The answer, opiates. Thats right, opiates, as in opium, morphine, Oxycontin and more. Many people reading this post who suffer with any of these chronic issues will probably be confused thinking they have never used or sparsely used any of those opiates for medical purposes.. The KILLER opiate that I left off that list, the opiate that truly is linking all of those conditions and many more hormonal issues, digestive disorders and brain cell damage together is Gliadin.. Never heard of it? Yeah, that is part of the problem. Gliadin is a nasty little protein component of Gluten has been bred into a powerful little opiate receptor binder in our brain.. In our breeding and cross-breeding of wheat crops we have managed to create this mutant version of gliadin, as well as nasty little biological disruptors like wheat lectins that mess with the intestinal absorption, amylopectin A that sky rockets our blood sugars and insulin, and alpha amylase that is generating new allergies thanks to modern ...
Difficult case! I will assume that his stool is negative for occult blood, ESR is normal, has no deceleration in his growth velocity and is otherwise a well adjusted boy. Given his hydronephrosis and intermittent hematuria, I believe that his pain may indeed be nephrogenic in origin. As you stated, he may be experiencing dynamic obstruction of his UPJ. I would suggest doing a provocative test like a Lasix Renal Scan. If induction of diuresis causes a relative obstruction with reproduction of his pain you have made the diagnosis. Other thoughts include Celiac disease. Anti-gliadin antibodies and an intestinal biopsy might be helpful to make the diagnosis. Keep us posted. Cheers Jay Pershad, MD Pediatric Emergency Specialists, PC LeBonheur Childrens Medical Center Memphis, TN For more information, send mail to [log in to unmask] with the message: info PED-EM-L The URL for the PED-EM-L Web Page is: http://www.brown.edu/Administration/Emergency_Medicine/ped-em-l.html ...
Celiac disease is considered the best-characterized HLA-linked disease, as its nutritional trigger (gluten), its major genetic predisposition, and the adaptive immune responses to gluten are well defined. However, additional modulating factors, including cereal stimulants of innate immunity, were suspected, but their clear identity and signaling receptors remained elusive (Maiuri et al., 2003; Nikulina et al., 2004; Cinova et al., 2007). In these studies, only MyD88 was identified as a component of the signaling pathway in gliadin-induced innate immunity, whereas TLR4 did not seem to play a role as responsible receptor (Nikulina et al., 2004; Thomas et al., 2006).. Here, we identified the nongluten ATIs CM3 and 0.19 and likely other homologous ATI variants as potent activators of TLR4. Based on our data, we believe that this interaction of ATI with TLR4 is a major signaling pathway in innate immune reactions to wheat. We did not find activity in gliadins, and reduction of disulfide bonds ...
We use gluten to refer to the protein structure found in the grains wheat, rye, barley. Factually we should be using the word gliadin as only wheat contains true gluten. Dont worry about it, but for this post I wanted to make the distinction for a reason. And that is to explain that gliadin is broken down, upon digestion, into the amino acids proline and glutamine. Glutamine in turn breaks down into glutamate (both are amino acids) and the highest rate of this breakdown occurs in the small intestine. So there is a cascade from gliadin to glutamine to glutamate as digestion occurs ...
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Çöliak hastalığı yalnız ekstraintestinal semptomlar ile ortaya çıkabilir. Dimorfik anemi ve osteomalazi ile ortaya çıkan çöliak hastalığı teşhisi koyduğumuz bir olguyu bildirdik. Yirmi yaşında bir kadın hasta, 4 yıldır devam eden kilo kaybı, halsizlik, anemi, osteomalazi ve patolojik fraktürler nedeniyle kliniğimize yatırıldı. Hastanın ağrıları yalnız narkotik analjeziklere cevap veriyordu. Laboratuvar tetkiklerinde demir, vitamin B12 ve vitamin D3 eksikliğinden dolayı dimorfik anemi ve osteomalazi vardı. Teşhis üst gastrointestinal sistemin endoskopik muayenesi ve duodenumdan alınan biopsi materyallerinin histolojik olarak incelenmesiyle konuldu. Histopatolojik incelemede ince barsak mukozasında villöz atrofi ve lamina propria da kronik inflamasyon vardı. Serumda IgA antigliadin antikorları negatif idi. Hastaya tedavi olarak glutensiz diyet, parenteral demir, vitamin B12, oral kalsiyum ve kalsitriol başlandı. Tedavinin dördüncü ayında hemoglobin ve serum
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In this weeks edition of "Ask Dr. J", Dr. Russell Jaffe talks about what happens when somebody shows up reactive to gliadin but not for gluten. f. ...
I got tested for celiac, among other tests, and though the IgA to gliadin came back as normal, my total serum quantitative Immunoglobulin A came back sky high at 429 with a reference level of 70-400. Anyone have any idea ...
Hey guys, this weeks article is an important one because it shows that both hybrid strains and ancient stains of wheat are toxic to not only those with celiac disease but to those with non-celiac gluten sensitivity as well. Here are some direct points the article made: * Increased intestinal permeability after gliadin exposure occurs in all individuals. Following gliadin exposure, both patients with gluten sensitivity and those with active celiac disease demonstrate a greater increase in intestinal permeability than celiacs in disease remission. A higher concentration of IL-10 was measured in the media exposed to control explants compared to celiac disease in remission or gluten sensitivity.
Antibody assays play an important role in the diagnosis of coeliac disease (coeliac sprue, gluten-sensitive enteropathy), a condition characterized by immunological intolerance to gluten from wheat and from proteins of related cereals in genetically predisposed persons. Enhanced concentrations of IgA-antibodies against tissue transglutaminase or endomysium under gluten-containing normal diet represent an important indication for a biopsy from the small intestine. Demonstration of typical changes in the mucose of the small intestine is still required for the definitive diagnosis of coeliac disease. Recently highly specific antibodies against deamidated gliadin peptides were detected in serum. These antibodies further improve the reliability of serologic diagnosis. The new assays for IgG-antibodies against deamidated gliadin peptides have a very high diagnostic accuracy and are comparable to IgA tissue transglutaminase antibodies. Further investigations have to show whether IgG-antibodies against
Fast omega-gliadin is a major allergen among water/salt-insoluble proteins in the case of Wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis in Japanese patients, and IgE against fast omega-gliadin cross-reacts to gamma-gliadin and slow omega-gliadin (32). Further studies have reported that gamma-70 and gamma-35 secalins in Rye and gamma-3 hordein in Barley cross-react with omega-5 gliadin, suggesting that Rye and Barley may elicit symptoms in patients with Wheat-dependent exercise-induced ana-phylaxis. In immunoblotting, anti-omega-5 gliadin antibodies bound to 70 kDa and 32 kDa proteins in Rye and to a 34-kDa protein in Barley, but not to proteins in Oats. These proteins were identified as Rye gamma-70 secalin, Rye gamma-35 secalin and Barley gamma-3 hordein, respectively. In ELISA studies, 21/23 (91%) patients with Wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis showed IgE antibodies to purified gamma-70 secalin, 19/23 (83%) to gamma-35 secalin and 21/23 (91%) to gamma-3 hordein. Skin prick testing ...
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Red Fife heritage wheat - hypoallergenic food - Loiselle Organic Family Farm. Contrary to popular belief, Red Fife heritage wheat does not have a lower total gluten content than other newer varieties of bread wheat; this was confirmed by lab testing we commissioned at SunWest Food Laboratories in Saskatoon in 2006. However, and besides Red Fifes exceptional taste and baking qualities; we have preliminarily determined (prior to expected laboratory testing) that the gliadin protein level is ~35% of this wheats overall gluten protein content. Wheat glutens insoluble proteins are gliadin and glutenin. This compares to ~80% gliadin protein levels found in a popular modern bread wheat variety that we last grew in 2003. Elevated gliadin protein levels are primarily what cause people to have allergic reactions/intolerances to most wheat. (see references at page bottom and on next page…) We used kinesiology/muscle testing to determine the gliadin protein levels; something we have practiced for many ...