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Reviewer: Pinar Bulut, MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation)
Description: This book covers aspects of celiac disease from basic knowledge of the disease to new concepts in disease pathogenesis, treatment, and prevention. Each chapter is an article written by an expert in the field.
Purpose: The purpose is to address controversial and yet unresolved topics by capitalizing on the contributions of opinion leader experts in celiac disease. In my opinion, the book does not fully meet its objectives since further studies and investigations need to be done to prove some of the contributors' theories and opinions. The book does meet some of its objectives, but leaves some controversial topics unresolved.
Audience: It is written primarily for physicians or scientists with a specific interest in celiac disease and immunology.
Features: The book extensively reviews celiac disease from pathophysiology to treatment and new concepts. Written by leaders in celiac disease, it is therefore very detailed, incorporating the latest scientific data in each chapter. Figures and table correlate well with the text and makes comprehension easier.
Assessment: Specialists and scientists with a particular interest in celiac disease will find this book stimulating. The coverage of celiac disease is exhaustive. However, it is not appropriate for students or practitioners and does not provide information that a general practitioner would find useful in daily practice.
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Table of Contents

Preface A. Fasano Fasano, A. R. Troncone Troncone, R. D. Branski Branski, D.

Historical Perspective of Celiac Disease S. Guandalini Guandalini, S. 1

Natural History of Celiac Disease K. Kaukinen Kaukinen, K. P. Collin Collin, P. M. Maki Maki, M. 12

The Changing Clinical Presentation of Celiac Disease E. Lebenthal Lebenthal, E. E. Shteyer Shteyer, E. D. Branski Branski, D. 18

The Global Village of Celiac Disease C. Catassi Catassi, C. S. K. Yachha Yachha, S. K. 23

HLA and Non-HLA Genes in Celiac Disease A. Zhemakova Zhemakova, A. C. Wijmenga Wijmenga, C. 32

Twins and Family Contribution to Genetics of Celiac Disease L. Greco Greco, L. M. A. Stazi Stazi, M. A. F. Clerget-Darpoux Clerget-Darpoux, F. 46

Biochemistry and Biological Properties of Gliadin Peptides M. V. Barone Barone, M. V. S. Auricchio Auricchio, S. 57

Innate Immunity and Celiac Disease B. Meresse Meresse, B. G. Malamut Malamut, G. S. Amar Amar, S. N. Cerf-Bensussan Cerf-Bensussan, N. 66

Celiac Disease: Across the Threshold of Tolerance F. Koning Koning, F. 82

The Role of the Intestinal Barrier Function in the Pathogenesis of Celiac Disease A. Fasano Fasano, A. J. D. Schulzke Schulzke, J. D. 89

Diagnosis of Coeliac Disease. Open Questions R. Auricchio Auricchio, R. R. Troncone Troncone, R. 99

Current Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Celiac Disease R. A. Caicedo Caicedo, R. A. I. D. Hill Hill, I. D. 107

Current Therapy M. Stern Stern, M. 114

Update on the Management of Refractory Coeliac Disease A. Al-toma Al-toma, A. W. H. M. Verbeek Verbeek, W. H. M. C. J. J. Mulder Mulder, C. J. J. 123

The National Institutes of Health Consensus Conference Report M. B. Cohen Cohen, M. B. J. A.Barnard Barnard, J. A. 133

Beyond Coeliac Disease Toxicity. Detoxified and Non-Toxic Grains L. J. W. J. Gilissen Gilissen, L. J. W. J. I. M. van der Meer van der Meer, I. M. M. J. M. Smulders Smulders, M. J. M. 139

Oral Glutenase Therapy for Celiac Sprue J. Ehren Ehren, J. C. Khosla Khosla, C. 148

Inhibitors of Intestinal Barrier Dysfunction B. M. Paterson Paterson, B. M. J. R. Turner Turner, J. R. 157

Development of a Vaccine for Celiac Disease R. P. Anderson Anderson, R. P. 172

Regulatory T Cells in the Coeliac Intestinal Mucosa. A New Perspective for Treatment? C. Gianfrani Gianfrani, C. A. Camarca Camarca, A. V. Salvati Salvati, V. G. Mazzarella Mazzarella, G. M. G. Roncarolo Roncarolo, M. G. R. Troncone Troncone, R. 181

Strategies for Prevention of Celiac Disease C. E. Hogen Esch Esch, C. E. Hogen J. C. Kiefte-de Jong Jong, J. C. Kiefte-de E. G. D. Hopman Hopman, E. G. D. F. Koning Koning, F. M. L. Mearin Mearin, M. L. 188

Towards Preventing Celiac Disease - An Epidemiological Approach A. Ivarsson Ivarsson, A. A. Myleus Myleus, A. S. Wall Wall, S. 198

Animal Models of Celiac Disease E. V. Marietta Marietta, E. V. J. A. Murray Murray, J. A. C. S. David David, C. S. 210

Author Index 217

Subject Index 218

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