How does a celiac iceberg really float? The relationship between celiac disease and gluten

Zhu, Xiaoxue; Zhao, Xin-Huai; Zhang, Qiang; Zhang, Na; Soladoye, Olugbenga P.; Aluko, Rotimi E.; Zhang, Yuhao ✉; Fu, Yu ✉

Angol nyelvű Összefoglaló cikk (Folyóiratcikk) Tudományos
  • SJR Scopus - Food Science: D1
  • Egészségtudományok
  • Egyéb mezőgazdaság-tudományok
  • Egyéb műszaki tudományok és technológiák
Celiac disease (CD) is an autoimmune intestinal disease caused by intolerance of genetically susceptible individuals after intake of gluten-containing grains (including wheat, barley, etc.) and their products. Currently, CD, with "iceberg" characteristics, affects a large population and is distributed over a wide range of individuals. This present review summarizes the latest research progress on the relationship between CD and gluten. Furthermore, the structure and function of gluten peptides related to CD, gluten detection methods, the effects of processing on gluten and gluten-free diets are emphatically reviewed. In addition, the current limitations in CD research are also discussed. The present work facilitates a comprehensive understanding of CD as well as gluten, which can provide a theoretical reference for future research.
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2024-06-25 16:35