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While there is a wealth of information from the users on this forum, I was wondering where people go for peer reviewed scientific articles.

Thanks for any suggestions :)

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Actually, articles are also presented at celiac.com, and you should check out their archives. As a member of the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America, I also receive a quarterly newsletter that publishes great articles as well as information on the latest studies and conclusions. It's also a good idea to attend conferences on celiac and gluten sensitivity, because a lot of the latest information is available there as well as great speakers who are experts in the field.

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While there is a wealth of information from the users on this forum, I was wondering where people go for peer reviewed scientific articles.

Thanks for any suggestions :)

You can find articles searching PubMed.

If you have access to a university library, you can find stuff there. That's where I go, to my university library which can get access to pretty much any full-text article that might not be available on PubMed.

You can find a lot of stuff using Google Scholar.

I'm sure there are other ways to find stuff, but those are the ones I use.

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Actually, articles are also presented at celiac.com, and you should check out their archives. As a member of the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America, I also receive a quarterly newsletter that publishes great articles as well as information on the latest studies and conclusions. It's also a good idea to attend conferences on celiac and gluten sensitivity, because a lot of the latest information is available there as well as great speakers who are experts in the field.

Great, lots of good suggestions, I will look into those avenues as well. Thanks.

You can find articles searching PubMed.

If you have access to a university library, you can find stuff there. That's where I go, to my university library which can get access to pretty much any full-text article that might not be available on PubMed.

You can find a lot of stuff using Google Scholar.

I'm sure there are other ways to find stuff, but those are the ones I use.

Before I graduated I was able to get access to all the full-text I wanted. I don't have the same access, at least remotely, anymore. Maybe if I'm on the university computers or perhaps they have some sort of alumni access or something. I'll look into that thanks.

I don't seem to have great luck with google scholar. It seems like anytime I find anything worth looking at it is an abstract. I haven't used pubmed much so I will look into that a little more.

Just in case either of you are interested I have registered with gastrojournal.org with a free account. They let you access some full-text articles and abstracts as well.

Thanks again.

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