Product: RIDASCREEN® Gliadin
RIDASCREEN® Gliadin (Art. No. R7001) is a R5 sandwich enzyme immunoassay based on specific monoclonal antibody to celiac toxic amino…
Product: RIDA® Extraction Solution (colorless)
Use with RIDASCREEN®FAST Casein (R4612) The RIDA® Extraction Solution (colorless) can be used for the sample preparation of sausages and…
News: RIDASCREEN® Gliadin ELISA: The first international test with the designation “in food”
Did you know that gluten may also be present in fruit juice and fish sticks? Cereal protein gluten is frequently used to maintain the form of drinks and convenience meals. As a result, many of these goods include the warning label “May contain traces of gluten.” Our R-Biopharm RIDASCREEN® Gliadin ELISA (Art. No. R7001) now […]
Product: Cocktail ECO
The Cocktail ECO can be used for the sample preparation of raw materials, heat treated and processed food. This product…
Product: RIDA®QUICK Gliadin (ready to swab)
RIDA®QUICK Gliadin (ready to swab) can be used as a swab test for the gluten detection on surfaces in the…
Product: Set of 3 processed Gliadin Assay Controls
Three contaminated Gliadin assay controls: one below 10 ppm (< 20 ppm limit value for gluten) and two high positive…
Product: Cocktail (patented)
The Cocktail (patented) has been developed by Prof. Dr. Enrique Mendez (patent WO 02/092633). The Cocktail (patented) is required for…
Product: RIDA®QUICK Gliadin (single packaged)
RIDA®QUICK Gliadin (single packaged) can be used for gluten detection on surfaces for hygiene control (swab test), in cleansing waters,…
Product: RIDA®QUICK Gliadin
RIDA®QUICK Gliadin can be used as a swab test for gluten detection on surfaces in the hygiene control, in cleansing…
The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is an antibody-based test method. This widespread technology is sensitive, fast and reliable.
News: Why use PCR for testing gluten?
We often get the question: “Why do you have a gluten PCR in your portfolio?” A valid question indeed, because gluten is the general name for the proteins in wheat, barley, rye and triticale. Since PCR detects DNA or RNA – not protein, the question remains: How can you use qPCR in gluten analysis.
News: FDA defines „gluten-free“ for food labeling
Finally, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a new regulation for the amount of gluten that may be present in foods marketed as gluten-free. The limit was set to 20 ppm (parts per million). Like many other countries, the US has also followed the recommendations of the CODEX Alimentarius. For the enforcement of […]