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Clinical value of immunoglobulin A antitransglutaminase assay in the diagnosis of celiac disease.

Clinical value of immunoglobulin A antitransglutaminase assay in the diagnosis of celiac disease. Our goal was to evaluate the possible correspondence between antitissue transglutaminase of immunoglobulin A class levels and stage of mucosal damage in patients affected by celiac disease. In addition, we assessed clinical use of antitissue transglutaminase values to predict biopsy results. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pediatrics Pubmed

Clinical value of immunoglobulin A antitransglutaminase assay in the diagnosis of celiac disease.

Clinical value of immunoglobulin A antitransglutaminase assay in the diagnosis of celiac disease.


Abstract

Our goal was to evaluate the possible correspondence between antitissue transglutaminase of immunoglobulin A class levels and stage of mucosal damage in patients affected by celiac disease. In addition, we assessed clinical use of antitissue transglutaminase values to predict biopsy results.

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ISSN
0031-4005
DOI
10.1542/peds.2006-0604
pmid
17074840

Abstract

Our goal was to evaluate the possible correspondence between antitissue transglutaminase of immunoglobulin A class levels and stage of mucosal damage in patients affected by celiac disease. In addition, we assessed clinical use of antitissue transglutaminase values to predict biopsy results.

Journal

PediatricsPubmed

Published: Dec 19, 2006

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