Aussies Using Particle Accelerator Find Key To Coeliac Immune Disease
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Australian researchers using a playing field-size synchrotron machine say they have found a way to test the response to gluten by persons with coeliac disease, a serious autoimmune disorder.
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