Celiac Disease: A Physiological Overview And Possible Future Work With Emphasis On Raman Spectroscopy
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Celiac Disease is a condition whereby ingesting Gluten causes an autoimmune reaction in the intestines with adverse effects throughout the body. Although statistic analysis estimates that 1% of the general population is affected by this condition, the diagnosis and treatment research lacks in key areas of understanding. This is a summary of current research and physiological information on the impact of Celiac Disease. In the last twenty years, Raman Spectroscopy assisted in diagnosis and treatment of various other ailments. In this case, Raman Spectroscopy can be used to research immunological cells involved in Celiac Disease and further research.
Mehne, Katlyn Curtin, "Celiac Disease: A Physiological Overview And Possible Future Work With Emphasis On Raman Spectroscopy" (2019). Wayne State University Theses. 711.
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