Is regular gluten free diet sufficient to curb all anti-gluten immunity?
Feb. 17, 2021 10:52 PM
Proteomics analysis of intestinal tissue biopsies finds that some patients with celiac disease considered to be well treated by regular gluten free diet have ongoing low-level inflammation in the intestine suggestive of ongoing low-level anti-gluten immunity. These patients developed strong intestinal response following 14 -day gluten challenge. We are now investigating whether some patients may still have activated gluten-specific T-cells despite long-term gluten free diet.
Did you miss our presentation at Coeliac UK?
Oct. 21, 2020 9:24 AM
In February, our research was presented on social media platforms and at the website of Coeliac UK. We also participated in a Q&A, answering questions from patients and the public.
Awards to Lene S. Høydahl for her work on detection of peptide-MHC on gut plasma cells.
Dec. 20, 2019 10:59 AM
Lene S. Høydahl recieved the best research paper 2019 award from the Norwegian Society for Immunology (NSI) and the price for best research paper 2019 from the Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo. Congratulations Lene!