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Gluten Sensitivity

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022
the characterization of the repertoire of wheat antigens and peptides involved in the humoral immune responses in patients with gluten sensitivity and crohn's disease. "the characterization of the repertoire of wheat antigens and peptides involved in the humoral immune responses in patients with gluten sensitivity and crohn's disease.", by Vojdani A. fig1: Prevalence of IgG expressed as optical density (OD) against wheat alone or in combination with gliadin, glutenin peptides, exorphins, gliadin-transglutaminase, transglutaminase, and WGA in sera of patients with gluten sensitivity/celiac disease....

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. People with gluten sensitivity have issues with gluten. It is different from gastric disease, an immune disease in which people can not eat gluten due to the fact that it will harm their small intestine. Several of the symptoms of gluten sensitivity resemble celiac disease. Researchers are still discovering more about gluten sensitivity. If your healthcare provider thinks you have it, she or he may suggest that you stop consuming gluten to see if your symptoms go away.

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