University of Oslo Researchers Use Mass Spectrometry to Characterize Gluten Peptide Binding in HLAs Linked to Celiac Disease

“NEW YORK(GenomeWeb) –University of Oslo researchers have used mass spectrometry to characterize the gluten peptide binding motifs of human leukocyte antigen (HLA) types associated with celiac disease.

Detailed in a paper published last month in Immunogenetics, the study provides basic scientific insights into processes underlying celiac disease and could also prove useful in developing therapies for the disease, Ludvig Sollid, a University of Oslo researcher and senior author on the paper, told GenomeWeb.”

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