Study shows gliadin peptide p31-43 activates celiac-related innate immune pathways in vivo, also hints at a common mechanism for interaction between dietary gluten and viral infections in triggering celiac disease.
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@kkgirl can you get copies of your old lab results? You can get them from your doctor (and you should keep copies). Do your parents have them? Can you check to see if you actually had the entire celiac panel? I ask because I test positive to only ONE on the panel (DGP IGA), yet I had a intestinal damage. Did you have biopsies six years ago or just a screening celiac blood test?