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Making Wheat and Peanuts Less Allergenic With Genetic Engineering

News   Jan 27, 2021 | Original story from the American Society of Agronomy

 
Making Wheat and Peanuts Less Allergenic With Genetic Engineering

Researchers aim to reduce the gluten content in wheat to make it less allergenic for individuals with Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Credit: Jonathan Windham.

 
 
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