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Scott Adams

Duodenal Bacteria from Celiac Patients Has Distinct Impact on Gluten Breakdown and Immunogenicity

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Symptoms and damage in celiac disease is caused by partially-degraded gluten peptides from wheat, barley and rye. Susceptibility genes are necessary to trigger celiac disease, but they can't do it alone. Some researchers suspect that these susceptibility genes might get help from conditions resulting from unfavorable changes in the microbiota.

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