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Alteration of White Blood Cell Population by Chronic Inflammation May Underlie Long-Term Gluten Sensitivity of Celiac Disease Patients

Chronic gluten-associated inflammation has recently been demonstrated to alter the profile of intraepithelial resident memory T cells, a white blood cell subset capable of surviving independently within the intestinal tissue for extended periods of time, to engender the long-term gluten sensitivity characteristic of Celiac Disease.