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Research reports on gluten intolerance

Research references are listed, as nearly as possible, by the dates on which the research was first published or brought into the public domain.

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Gluten-free diet reduces risk of type 1 diabetes in mice. May 2014

Gluten sensitivity in children mirrors features of adult GS. March 2014

Could glyphosphate be implicated in the rise in gluten diseases? Comment here. February 2014

Non-coeliac wheat sensitivity may be a food allergy. November 2013

A subset of children with autism displays increased immune reactivity to gluten, the mechanism of which appears to be distinct from that in celiac disease. June 2013

Gluten-related disorders associated with demyelinating diseases such as multiple sclerosis and neuromyelitis optica. April 2013

Wheat and other cereal grains and their role in inflammation and autoimmune disease March 2013

Massive increase in use of 'vital' gluten and wheat flour over last 40 years. February 2013

Gluten-free diet successful for those with NCGS. February 2013

Non-celiac wheat sensitivity diagnosed by double-blind placebo-controlled challenge: exploring a new clinical entity. December 2012

Gluten-free diet can help those with demyelinating diseases such as MS, as well as those who are gluten sensitive. September 2012

Gluten causes gastrointestinal symptoms in subjects without coeliac disease although there is little understanding of the mechanisms. March 2012

Blood pressure drug linked to gluten sensitivity-like symptoms. June 2012

Gliadin allergy manifested with chronic urticaria, headache and amenorrhea.  December 2011

Specific carbohydrate diet. A pilot study at the University of Massachusetts Medical School shows significant success with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. The abstract for UMMAS is here and the comment here. May 2011

Organisms in saliva may play a role in breaking down gluten. October 2010

Gluten in red wine. July 2011

Significant differences identified between coeliac disease and gluten sensitivity.
March 2011

Could tissue transglutaminase be the autoantigen in most diseases and how could this be related to a gluten intolerance? December 2010

Gluten sensitivity and the brain. November 2010

Sensory ganglionopathy may respond well to a strict gluten-free diet.
October 2011

Apraxia appears to be linked tofood allergies, gluten sensitivity and nutrient malabsorption. July 2009

Eating gluten again? June 2009

FSA - Codex standard. December 2008

Age of gluten exposure impacts development of coeliac disease.
November 2008

Pilot study supports the hypothesis that gluten elicits its harmful effect, throughout an IL15 innate immune response, on all the individuals. This innate response is found in both patients with and without CD, although the triggering of an adaptive response is CD specific. June 2007

 

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