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7 Additional Gene Regions Implicated In Celiac Disease

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I was wondering if anyone else had seen this yet? I had posted it inside another thread, but thought maybe it might deserve it's own thread, just for the reading, instead of being buried inside of another. I think it's very interesting that they are finding more genes causing celiac than previously thought--an idea I always did think possible!


ScienceDaily (Mar. 5, 2008)


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