Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Biochemistry & Molecular Biol.
Dr. Kristine Nolin
Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance (NCGI) has evaded biological and chemical mechanisms since it was first reported in 1978. Celiac Disease, a multi-system immune mediated disorder has long served as the most similar counterpart to NCGI. Less cases of celiac disease are going undiagnosed reflecting an improvement on sensitive and decisive diagnostic tools. However, NCGI has been significantly growing as a diagnosis over the past decade with little match or similarity to the markers found in celiac disease patients. Critical evaluation of NCGI theories, experimentation, and existing hypotheses is necessary. This review seeks to synthesize multiple disciplines of gluten research and enhance public understanding of gluten through novel scientific communication initiatives.
Cinque, Callie, "Evaluating a Culprit: A Review of the Biochemical Mechanisms of Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance" (2020). Honors Theses. 1459.