Increased Prevalence of Anti-Gliadin IgA-Antibodies with Aberrant Duodenal Histopathological Findings in Patients with IgA-Nephropathy and Related Disorders

@article{Almroth2006IncreasedPO,
  title={Increased Prevalence of Anti-Gliadin IgA-Antibodies with Aberrant Duodenal Histopathological Findings in Patients with IgA-Nephropathy and Related Disorders},
  author={Gabriel Almroth and T Axelsson and E. M{\"u}ssener and Ewa Grodzinsky and Gunnar Midhagen and Per Olcén},
  journal={Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={111},
  pages={339 - 352}
}
Background: Antibodies present in coeliac disease may occur in IgA-nephropathy. This raises the question of food intolerance in the disease. Evidence for a true correlation between the two disorders has however been scarce. Design: Sera from 89 patients with IgA-nephropathy and 13 other patients with IgA deposits in the glomeruli of kidney biopsies were analysed for IgA-antibodies to gliadin, endomysium and tissue transglutaminase (92/102 patients). Results: Eleven out of 89 (12.4%) of the… 
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