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|A New Marker in the Diagnosis of Celiac Disease |
|A Role for Taurine in Food Sensitivities in Fish |
|ABNORMAL V(D)J RECOMBINATION IN ATAXIA TELANGIECTASIA MUTATED (ATM) DEFICIENT CD4/CD8 DOUBLE NEGATIVE THYMOCYTES |
|Absolute Quantitative PCR Detection of Shigella spp./EIEC and Association with Moderate to Severe Diarrheal Illness in Children in Developing Countries |
|Abstract Form for Celiac Disease Case-Finding in Primary Care in North America at the 11th International Symposium on Celiac Disease |
|Abstract Form for Celiac Disease Case-Finding in Primary Care in North America at the 11th International Symposium on Coeliac Disease |
|Abstract: Celiac Disease Among Schoolchildren in Egypt: Results of a Pilot Study |
|Abstract: Celiac Disease in Children With Type I Diabetes in Southern California |
|Abstract: Enteropathogenic E. coli and S. flexneri 2457T Adversely Affect Paracellular and Transcellular Permeability |
|Abstract: Gliadin Induces Occludin Down-Regulation and Tight Junctions Disassembly in Human Intestine |
|Abstract: Gluten Sensitivity is Associated to Activation of The Innate But Not Adaptive Immune Response to Gluten Exposure |
|Abstract: Human tissue transglutaminase (htTG): a revision of an old blood donor screening! |
|Abstract: PBMC From a Subpopulation of Celiac Patients Respond to Gliadin With Interleukin-8 Production That is CXCR3-Dependent |
|Abstract: Prevalence of Celiac Disease Among Schoolchildren in Egypt: Results of a Pilot Study |
|Abstract: Probiotic Lactobacillus GG Secretes Small Peptides That Inhibit the Growth of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria |
|Abstract: PT-gliadin as a chemo-attractant factor for neutrophils |
|Abstract: The Gut-Brain Axis: Experience From Celiac Disease |
|Abstract: Tight junctions protein genes expression in gluten sensitive patients |
|Acceptance Speech for the 1999 Intellectual Property Owners National Inventor of the Year Award |
|Acetylation of Alpha-tubulin and its Role in Aggressive and Metastatic Breast Cancer |
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