Mayo Clinic Connect
Margaret Shepard, Communications Associate
Joined: May 17, 2013
Posted by @Margaret_Marie in Digestive Health, Apr 2, 2014
Researchers have identified a molecule in healthy people that may help people who have celiac disease. Elafin, the newly identified molecule, helps tame an enzyme that causes inflammation in the small bowel due to eating certain grains.
Protein May Help People with Celiac Disease From Voice of America
Tags: Voice of America, celiac disease, protein, research, elafin, gluten
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