Celiac Disease, Inflammation and Oxidative Damage: A Nutrigenetic Approach

  title={Celiac Disease, Inflammation and Oxidative Damage: A Nutrigenetic Approach},
  author={Gianna Ferretti and Tiziana Bacchetti and Simona Masciangelo and Letizia Saturni},
Celiac disease (CD), a common heritable chronic inflammatory condition of the small intestine caused by permanent intolerance to gluten/gliadin (prolamin), is characterized by a complex interplay between genetic and environmental factors. Developments in proteomics have provided an important contribution to the understanding of the biochemical and immunological aspects of the disease and the mechanisms involved in toxicity of prolamins. It has been demonstrated that some gliadin peptides… CONTINUE READING
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