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The Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition on Oats

The Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (1996;22:414) published the abstracts of the forthcoming ESPGAN Meeting (June 4-8, 1996 in Munich, Germany). Troncone et al will present their work:

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Oat prolamines activate mucosal immune response in the in vitro cultured treated coeliac mucosa

The conclusion is that oat prolamines are able to activate the T-cell mediated mucosal immune response in the coeliac jejunum, and represent a warning against the inclusion of oats in the diet of coeliac patients.

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