Peer-Reviewed Journal Details
Mandatory Fields
Shanahan, F.,Whorwell, P. J.
2005
July
Am J Gastroenterolam J Gastroenterol
IgG-mediated food intolerance in irritable bowel syndrome: a real phenomenon or an epiphenomenom?
Validated
()
Optional Fields
100
77
1558
9
Abnormal reactions to food probably contribute to the complex pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome, but the mechanisms involved remain unclear. Following the recent identification of subtle mucosal inflammation in at least some patients with the disorder, perhaps now is the time to revisit some of the immunological reactions to dietary antigens that, in the past, have been dismissed as irrelevant.Abnormal reactions to food probably contribute to the complex pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome, but the mechanisms involved remain unclear. Following the recent identification of subtle mucosal inflammation in at least some patients with the disorder, perhaps now is the time to revisit some of the immunological reactions to dietary antigens that, in the past, have been dismissed as irrelevant.
0002-9270 (Print) 0002-92
Grant Details