Journal article

Duodenal Bacteria From Patients With Celiac Disease and Healthy Subjects Distinctly Affect Gluten Breakdown and Immunogenicity

Alberto Caminero, Heather J Galipeau, Justin L McCarville, Chad W Johnston, Steve P Bernier, Amy K Russell, Jennifer Jury, Alexandra R Herran, Javier Casqueiro, Jason A Tye-Din, Michael G Surette, Nathan A Magarvey, Detlef Schuppan, Elena F Verdu

Gastroenterology | W B SAUNDERS CO-ELSEVIER INC | Published : 2016

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by National Health and Medical Resarch Council Independent Research Institutes


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Funding Acknowledgements

Alberto Caminero received a Canadian Association of Gastroenterology/Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) postdoctoral fellowship and a New Investigator Award by the Canadian Celiac Association. JLM received a Boris Family scholarship. Chad W. Johnston received a CIHR doctoral research award. Detlef Schuppan received a grant from the German Ministry for Research and Development (BMBF): Clinical Development of Transglutaminase Inhibitors for the Treatment of Celiac Disease. Jason A. Tye-Din and Amy K. Russell were supported by Coeliac Australia, the National Health and Medical Resarch Council Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support Scheme grant 361646 and Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support. Elena F. Verdu holds a Canada research Chair. The work was funded by a CIHR grant MOP#142773 to Elena F. Verdu.