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|Eligible Ages||2 Years - 17 Years|
- - Age 2-17 years.
- - Either diagnosis of celiac disease or, in controls, no systemic disease or inflammation.
- - For all groups parents will provide informed consent.
Exclusion Criteria:° Children with suspected or known inflammatory bowel disease or other gastrointestinal or systemic diseases.
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|Rabin Medical Center|
The person who is responsible for the scientific and technical direction of the entire clinical study.
|Liron Mondshine, B.Sc|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||Rabin Medical Center|
Category of organization(s) involved as sponsor (and collaborator) supporting the trial.
The disease, disorder, syndrome, illness, or injury that is being studied.
|Celiac Disease in Children|
The adherence to the GFD can be assessed through a dietary interview performed by a registered dietitian or patient self-reports, mucosal healing, assessed by a small bowel biopsy or CD serological screening tests showing decreasing levels of antibodies. However, none of these methods offer an accurate measure of dietary compliance. A novel method to monitor the adherence to the GFD by detection of immune-dominant gluten peptides in human faeces or urine using the anti-α -gliadin G12 antibody was described recently in the literature. Gluten peptides, in particular peptides equivalent to the immunogenic
- - α -gliadin-33-mer peptide, are resistant to gastrointestinal digestion and that ensures a significant amount of the ingested gluten is excreted in faeces.
: study group
Children and adolescents aged 2-17 years, reported to be on gluten free diet for at least a year, diagnosed with celiac disease Children and adolescents aged 2-17 years that are reported to be noncompliant with gluten free diet, diagnosed with celiac disease for at least 1 year.
: control group
Healthy controls aged 2-17 years old matched for age and sex.
Diagnostic Test: - detecting Gluten peptides in faecal and urine samples
At each visit patient will: Bring 4-day food diary (attached) Fill symptoms and complaints questionnaire (attached) Provide 24 h diet recall in case a food diary absents Fill Biagi score questionnaire (attached) Perform blood test of TTG Provide stool and urine samples
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