Publications

Our center has contributed more than 100 peer-reviewed publications on celiac disease to the medical literature. Some of our more recent publications are listed below.

2011

  • Adherence to biopsy guidelines increases celiac disease diagnosis
  • Double-blind randomized controlled trial of rifaximin for persistent symptoms in patients with celiac disease
  • Increased prevalence of celiac disease in patients with unexplained infertility in the United States
  • Robust spectral analysis of videocapsule images acquired from celiac disease patients
  • Transient celiac autoimmunity in an adult
  • The role of capsule endoscopy in patients with nonresponsive celiac disease
  • Markers of gluten sensitivity and celiac disease in bipolar disorder
  • Anti Borrelia burgdorferi antibody profile in post Lyme disease syndrome
  • Epitope mapping of antibodies to VlsE protein of Borrelia burgdorferi in post Lyme disease syndrome

2010

  • Prospective study of the role of duodenal bulb biopsies in the diagnosis of celiac disease
  • Prospective study of the role of duodenal bulb biopsies in the diagnosis of celiac disease
  • Risk of colorectal adenomas in patients with coeliac disease
  • Celiac disease in Middle Eastern and North African countries: A new burden?
  • The association between celiac disease, dental enamel defects, and aphthous ulcers in a United States cohort
  • Serum cytokine elevations in celiac disease association with disease presentation
  • Novel immune response to gluten in individuals with schizophrenia
  • Body mass index in celiac disease beneficial effect of a gluten-free diet
  • Collagenous sprue is not always associated with dismal outcomes a clinicopathological study of 19 patients
  • The development and validation of a new coeliac disease quality of life survey
  • Association of intussusception and celiac disease in adults
  • Celiac disease similar presentations in the elderly and young adults
  • Hemolysis interferes with the detection of anti-tissue transglutaminase antibodies in celiac disease
  • Distinguishing patients with celiac disease by quantitative analysis of videocapsule endoscopy images
  • Psychosocial factors are more important than disease activity in determining gastrointestinal symptoms and health status in adults at a celiac disease referral center
  • Classification of videocapsule endoscopy image patterns comparative analysis between patients with celiac disease and normal individuals

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