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Celiac Disease

Edited by Jianyuan Chai

Baotou Medical College

Celiac disease is a common autoimmune disorder triggered by eating gluten that affects at least 1% of the world’s population. Despite many years of effort, its pathogenesis is still not understood completely. This book discusses several important aspects of celiac disease, including its primary contributor, the DQ2 gene. It also examines dysfunctional immune checkpoints, causes and treatments of refractory celiac disease, and the status of the gluten-free food market.

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Celiac DiseaseEdited by Jianyuan Chai

Published: May 12th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87265

ISBN: 978-1-83962-536-7

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-535-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-537-4

Copyright year: 2021

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1. Introductory Chapter: Celiac Disease - Now and Then

By Jianyuan Chai

47

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2. The Association of HLA-DQ2 with Celiac Disease

By Federica Gualandris, Laura Castellani and Anna Falanga

75

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3. Immune Checkpoints as a Novel Source for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Target in Celiac Disease

By Isabel Torres, Miguel Ángel López Casado, Teresa Palomeque and Pedro Lorite

68

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4. Management of Patients with Refractory Coeliac Disease

By Paul J. Ciclitira and Alastair Forbes

84

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5. Celiac Disease Management through Gluten-Free Diets

By Babatunde Olawoye, Oseni Kadiri, Oladapo Fisoye Fagbohun and Timilehin David Oluwajuyitan

159

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