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Old 08-25-2006, 06:14 PM #11
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Thank you so much for all the info. I know that my daughter needs to get better and I need to find out what is wrong with her. I am going to go ahead with the biopsy and if that is negativev I will still put her on a GF diet while they test her for other things. Any other information or opinions are greatly appreciated.
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I think that sounds like a fine plan...! I hope you find answers soon.

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Nancy thank you for this great info.

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Research Supporting Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitive Genes
DQ1,3 found more commonly in MC and RA
DQ3 subtypes are: DQ7, DQ8, DQ9
DQ1 found more commonly in gluten ataxia
DQ9 binds and reacts to gluten in vitro
Only DQ4 seems not to increase risk of GS Rare in U.S. - 13% heterozygous, 0.4% homo.
I had not seen the DQ1 and gluten ataxia connection before and that's so interesting because DS has, of course, DQ1.

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