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Follow-Up to the Catassi Study - Scandinavia

Colin, et al, published a follow-up study to the Catassi (Ceeliac Disease in the Year 2000: Exploring the Iceberg - University of Ancona, Italy) in the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology - 28(7):595-8, 1993, which demonstrated that approximately one third of the patients from the Catassi Study who had raised

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response. They typically consist of four sub-units that include two heavy and two light chains. Also known as immunoglobulin.'); return false">antibodies but no villous atrophy, did have villous atrophy when tested two years later. These results raise the amount of diagnosed celiacs from the Catassi, et al study to over 1 in 200.

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