Disturbi dell’umore e patologie glutine correlate

@article{Porcelli2016DisturbiDE,
  title={Disturbi dell’umore e patologie glutine correlate},
  author={Brunetta Porcelli and Valeria Verdino and Fabio Ferretti and Nicola Bizzaro and Andrea Fagiolini and Lucia Terzuoli and Francesca Cinci and Letizia Bossini},
  journal={La Rivista Italiana della Medicina di Laboratorio - Italian Journal of Laboratory Medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={13},
  pages={29-36}
}
  • B. Porcelli, V. Verdino, L. Bossini
  • Published 10 January 2017
  • Art
  • La Rivista Italiana della Medicina di Laboratorio - Italian Journal of Laboratory Medicine
RiassuntoPremesse.Una reazione immunologica verso il glutine è descritta in diversi disturbi psichiatrici e, tra questi, la schizofrenia è quella maggiormente studiata, mentre sono ancora esigui i lavori sull’eventuale associazione tra glutine e disturbi dell’umore. Obiettivo del nostro studio è stato valutare la presenza di un profilo anticorpale correlato all’intolleranza al glutine in soggetti con disturbo dell’umore.Metodi.Sono stati reclutati 60 pazienti con diagnosi di disturbo bipolare o… 
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