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    Neuro Defend and colleagues recently published a review of nine sufferers with gluten ataxia compared with seven sufferers with ataxia due to other causes. They discovered cells transglutaminase IgA deposition on jejunum abdominal cells on all nine sufferers with gluten ataxia but none of the management sufferers. cells from an autopsy of one individual with gluten ataxia was also discovered to have IgA tTG deposits in the cerebellum, pons and medulla of the but not in a management . Previous research has discovered adverse celiac blood vessels assessments in sufferers with gluten ataxia suggesting that they may not have celiac though they had a gluten relevant sickness.
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