Study: Genotypes can stratify risk of celiac disease

09/16/2009 | Modern Medicine

A person's risk of celiac disease may be stratified on the basis of the HLA-DQ genotype, researchers reported. The study included analysis of 10,191 people at risk of celiac disease and found an orderly risk progression for eight major genotype groups.

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