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Can dietary fibre help provide safer food products for sufferers of gluten intolerance? A well-established biophysical probe may help towards providing an answer

M Samil Kök*, Richard Gillis, Shirley Ang, David Lafond, Arthur S Tatham, Gary Adams and Stephen E Harding*

BMC Biophysics 2012, 5:10  doi:10.1186/2046-1682-5-10

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Editor's comment - further coverage of this research

Simon Harold PhD   (2012-05-18 17:32)  Biomed Central Ltd email

Readers may be interested in further coverage of this research on our blog "Could biophysics help Novak Djokovic?"'

This article also appears as part of the article series ��Advances in Food Allergy 2012��

Simon Harold
Executive Editor
BMC Biophysics

Competing interests

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