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Celiac & Gluten Sensitivity (Serum / Bloodspot)

Helps identify, and differentiate between Celiac disease (CD), non-Celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) and wheat allergy by evaluating the serum titers of IgA and IgG for tissue transglutaminase, deamidated gliadin peptide, gliadin, gluten and IgE for wheat

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Patients who have persistent skin conditions (rash) or ataxia, idiopathic neurological conditions, autoimmune arthritis / thyroiditis, unexplained weight loss or persistent gastrointestinal symptoms that are not associated with enteropathogens; symptomatic individuals that have tested positive for the HLA DQ2/DQ8 genotypes; patients with symptoms or symptom exacerbation with dietary gluten or re-introduction of gluten after a trial elimination of gluten; individuals that have a first degree relative with a diagnosis of CD; any child with a history of 3 or more antibiotic-treated cases of gastroenteritis while less than 6 months of age; patients on a gluten-inclusive diet who have Type I diabetes, Multiple sclerosis or schizophrenia; individuals on a gluten-inclusive diet who have other laboratory evidence that may be associated with CD; elevated liver function tests, bone demineralization; evidence of impaired absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, iron, B12 or folic acid