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By Alessio Fasano, Dr. Alessio Fasano MD

ISBN-10: 1451182635

ISBN-13: 9781451182637

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68 Further studies using combined genomic approaches are needed to clarify the role of the microbiome in CD. The effect of timing of gluten introduction on risk of CD became apparent with the Swedish celiac “epidemic” in the 1980s to 1990s. 69,70 This rapid rise and decline in disease incidence correlated with the changes in infant feeding practices, including younger age of gluten introduction, increased amount of gluten in diet, and reduced breast-feeding. However, the reasons why early gluten introduction causes higher risk of CD remains largely unexplained.

31. Myleus A, Stenlund H, Hernell O, et al. Early vaccinations are not risk factors for celiac disease. Pediatrics. 2012;130:e63–e70. 32. Ploski R, Ek J, Thorsby E, et al. On the HLA-DQ(alpha 1*0501, beta 1*0201)-associated susceptibility in celiac disease: A possible gene dosage effect of DQB1*0201. Tissue Antigens. 1993;41:173–177. 33. van Belzen MJ, Koeleman BP, Crusius JB, et al. Defining the contribution of the HLA region to cis DQ2-positive coeliac disease patients. Genes Immun. 2004;5:215–220.

91 Those molecules can act as ligands for NK-like receptors present of IELs contributing to their killing ability. IL-15 is a key innate immune cytokine overexpressed in both epithelium and lamina propria of CD patients. 99,100 Furthermore, IL-15 contributes to promote the CD4+ T cell adaptive response. As we already discussed, both the responses are required to obtain a full activation of IELs and thus villous atrophy; moreover, the epithelial stress and the adaptive response are likely to influence each other.

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