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People with celiac disease are genetically predisposed to launch a self-destructive immune response when a component of gluten called gliadin penetrates their intestinal lining and sets off inflammatory cells in the tissue below.
But he was not convinced by previous studies claiming that NCGS patients were more likely than other people to have certain antibodies to gliadin.
There are 45 copies of the gene for the main gliadin protein that causes symptoms in people with celiac disease; as Kristen V. Brown reports for Gizmodo, the team has been able to remove 35 of them thus far.
Most symptoms—which can include abdominal pain, vomiting, fatigue, malnutrition and joint pain—are triggered by a gluten protein called gliadin.
Those grains contain proteins called glutenin and gliadin, which hold the structure of the grains together.
There are 45 copies of the gene for the main gliadin protein that causes symptoms in people with celiac disease
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