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GlutenTox® Home

GlutenTox Home is a fast and user-pleasant test for detecting gluten in regular meals and drinks.

Gluten is a complicated combination of proteins observed in cereals and one of the most common meal elements. The gluten from barley, wheat, rye and a few oats include fragments that might be proof against digestion and are immunogenic to human beings with celiac disease.


Key Benefits

  • Some of the principle traits of GlutenTox Home are:

    • No unique device is required.
    • It may be saved at room temperature.
    • It detects five and twenty ppm.
    • It gives instant outcomes in even less than 10 minutes.
    • Robust test with an extended expiry date.
Allergen Detection GlutenTox Home

Industry Usage of GlutenTox Home

Glutentox Home is mainly used in the food industry for gluten testing in food products and in the healthcare industry for gluten testing in personal care products. It is also used by consumers for personal testing in their home kitchens.

Key Benefits


Quantitative, Semi-quantitative and Qualitative

Validated for Major Food Matrices

Stores Up to 100 Scans

Detection Limit 1ppm

Designed With You in Mind

GlutenTox Home is a rapid, user-friendly test for gluten detection in food and beverages specially designed for celiac patients. Its proprietary testing procedure makes GlutenTox Home ideal for on-the-go and in-home use, keeping you safe wherever you are.

GlutenTox Home Provides Options

GlutenTox Home gives you the option to test food at a threshold of 20 ppm or 5 ppm* in less than 20 minutes ensuring that it is safe to consume.

5 ppm is the maximum sensitivity of the GlutenTox Home test

Negative(without gluten)
Positive(with gluten):

Harnessing the Power of the G12 Antibody

The G12 antibody was raised against the highly immunotoxic 33-mer peptide of the α-gliadin protein that induces celiac disease and recognizes the immunotoxic prolamins from wheat, barley, rye, and some varieties of oat. The G12 is also capable of reacting to other epitomes that are found in other toxic prolamins and can react to similar sequences present in other gliadins outside the 33-mer of the α-gliadin.