Lactose intolerance – it’s in our genes

Approximately every fifth person in Europe and almost all adults in large parts of Asia are not able to digest lactose. This is referred to as lactose intolerance. Actually, lactose intolerance is not a disease, but the natural state in mammals. After weaning, the activity of the digestive enzyme lactase, which splits lactose into the […]


Living with coeliac disease

Jula (25) did her vocational training as biology lab assistant at EUROIMMUN and has been working at the company since. Only three years ago, she was diagnosed with coeliac disease, a chronic disease of the small intestine which is caused by gluten intolerance. Up to that point, she had to live with stomach aches and

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