Denomination: Design of highly sentitive quantitative methods for the automatable detection of exogenous peptides in urine.
Start Date: 10/12/18
End Date: 12/09/21
Call: State Subprogram for Incorporation and in the State Subprogram for Training, of the State Program for the Promotion of Talent and its Employability, within the framework of the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2017-2020 – Ayudas Torres Quevedo and Aid for the training of doctors in companies “Industrial Doctorates.
Trainee Researcher: MENDÍA AZKOAGA, IRATI
This Industrial PhD project seeks to achieve the following objectives:
The research project aims to develop non-invasive, accurate and reliable tools for the assessment of compliance with the gluten-free diet. Specifically, the design of an immunological method for the determination of gluten immunogenic peptides in urine, with the ELISA technique being the priority option, which is scalable, robust and can also more sensitively determine what is achieved with the immunoassay method. of current lateral flow, to be used in a laboratory environment and that allows its adaptation to automated equipment with the DS2 ELISA Automation System.