Coeliac Disease: 40 years gluten-free / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792311607
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 2/28/1991
  • Series: Developments in Gastroenterology Series, #13
  • Edition description: 1991
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 214
  • Product dimensions: 0.63 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

History of coeliac disease. Dicke and the origin of the gluten-free diet.- HLA and coeliac disease, a finnish family study.- Adenovirus 12 and coeliac disease.- Gliadin peptides: their effect on the gut mucosa.- HLA-DR-DP and -DQ antigens in coeliac disease.- A cis- or transassociated DQ heterodimer predisposes to the gluten sensitive enteropathy seen in coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis.- Nonhuman primates as animal models for coeliac disease: approach and feasibility.- T-cell subpopulations in intestinal mucosa.- Persistent increase of intra-epithelial T-cell receptor—— cells in coeliac disease.- T-cell subpopulations in coeliac disease; longterm follow up with a gluten containing diet.- Intraepithelial T-cells of the TcR?/?+CD8- and V?1+ phenotypes are strikingly increased in coeliac disease.- Intestinalg amma/delta receptor bearing T lymphocytes are increased in coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis.- Detecting gluten and related prolamins in food.- Gluten-free products, the Dutch experience.- The quest for gliadin; limits and tolerance.- The incidence of coeliac disease and changes in gluten consumption.- Cath-up growth in 60 children with coeliac disease.- Clinical features of adult coeliac disease in Italy.- Associated diseases in children with coeliac disease.- Coeliac disease and autoimmune enteropathy.- Coeliac disease, malignancy and the effect of gluten free diet.- Dermatitis Herpetiformis: coeliac disease of the skin.- Latent coeliac disease.- Small intestinal biopsy.- High incidence of atypical forms of coeliac disease in a pediatric case study.- Coeliac disease in The Netherlands.- IGA reticulin antibody binding to human jejunum in sera of children with coeliac disease: the possible autoantibody of gluten sensitive enteropathy.- Evidence for a dominant gene mechanism in coeliac disease.- Crypt intraepithelial lymphocytes number is a sensitive index of dietary compliance in teenager coeliacs.- Upper G.I. damages seen at endoscopy in children with coeliac disease.- HLA class II contribution to coeliac disease -a family study-.- Diabetes-related immunologic markers in children coeliac disease.- HLA antigens and phenotypes associated with severe immunoglobulin — a deficiency in coeliac disease paediatric patients.- DR3 and DR7 -negative coeliac disease- a clinically relevant entity?.- Intestinal expression of HLA-DQ alleles associated to coeliac disease.- Is persistent adenovirus 12 (Ad12) infection involved in coeliac disease?.- Negative humoral response to adenovirus 12 in coeliac disease.- Characterization of—— TCR in T cell clones from small intestine of coeliac disease patients.- Characterization of intestinal—— and—? T-cell receptor positive cells in coeliac disease.- Intercellular adhesion molecule-1 expression in coeliac disease.- Coeliac disease in Cyprus.- Coeliac disease in saudi children.- The spectrum of gluten intolerance in a defined paediatric population.- The reasons of malnutrition in children with coeliac disease.- Nervous system involvement in paediatric coeliac patients.- Coeliac disease and epilepsy with posterior cerebral calcifications: a causal association.- Genetic and immunological markers in children with dermatitis herpetiformis.- The clinical use of the gliadin antibody test.- Serum antigliadin antibodies during gluten challenge.- IgG-subclass antibodies to food antigens in patients with coeliac disease.- Isolation and characterization of wheat proteins with antibody reactivity against serum of a patient with coeliac disease.- Specific IgA-gliadin antibody as a marker of relapse in coeliac children on gluten challenge.- Gluten and dermatitis herpetiformis; clinical observations in 5 active DH patients on an elemental diet.- Serum transglutaminase in the follow-up of coeliac disease.- Methods for measurement of gluten in foodstuffs.- Identification of coeliac-active peptides using a novel in vitro test for cellular immunity.- Unresponsive subtotal villous atrophy, ulcerative jejunitis: treatment with omeprazole.- Acknowledgements.

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