Clues to celiac disease found in ‘junk RNA’ – Medical News Today

By | April 1, 2016

Medical News Today

Clues to celiac disease found in 'junk RNA'
Medical News Today
Celiac disease is a relatively common immune disorder, affecting an estimated 1 in 250 Americans. The exact causes of the disease are still shrouded in mystery; new research, published in Science, uncovers a potential link with so-called junk RNA in
Study points to possible new genetic risk factor for celiac

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