Gliadin (non recombinant)

Gliadin describes a class storage proteins found in wheat grains. Based on its solubility, α-,β-,γ-, and ω-gliadin can be distinguished. Gliadin is a common substrate of transglutaminase, which generates neo-epitopes by deamidation of glutamine side chains. DIARECT™ antigens are for further manufacturing or research use only.

Native. Purified from wheat by protein-chemical methods
Biochemical Test
SDS-PAGE (purity > 80%); Western-Blot with patient sample
Immunological Tests/Functionality
Immunodot analyses (membrane array) with positive/negative samples
Recommended buffer/storage and handling conditions
Recommendations for storage buffer: neutral pH and 6 M urea. Storage Conditions: -70° C or below. Repeated freeze/thaw cycles should be avoided.


Option Size Unit Purchase
Gliadin (non recombinant)
50 ug
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Gliadin (recombinant; deamidated)
1 mg
In Stock

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