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Development of a humanized mouse model for celiac disease

A transgenic mouse line expressing the HLA-DQ2 and a human gamma-gliadin specific T cell receptor was established. Disease-induction experiments led to the result that gluten strongly induces tolerance in the mice (not yet published). The gluten-induced tolerance can be broken by administration of high levels of interleukins or purified anti-IL10mAb.

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University of Aarhus
8200 Aarhus C
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