We’re heading for a revolution in the diagnosis of coeliac disease

Dr Olga Shimoni is a researcher from the Institute for Biomedical Materials and Devices at UTS.

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As coeliac disease becomes more prevalent in the community, researchers are still working to find a non-invasive diagnostic test that is simple, inexpensive and accurate. According to a review of current options, auto-antibody tests are inconsistent; genetic testing has a low predictive value; and tests such as gluten specific T cells and gliadin-induced cytokines remain ...

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