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de Magistris, L., Familiari, V., Pascono, A., Sapone, A., Frolli, A., Iardino, P., et al. (2010) Alterations of the intestinal barrier in patients with autism spectrum disorders and in their first-degree relatives. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 51, 418-424.

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  • TITLE: Genetic and dietary factors related to schizophrenia

    AUTHORS: Karl L. Reichelt, Michael L. G. Gardner

    KEYWORDS: Schizophrenia; Peptides; Antibodies; Food Proteins

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Psychiatry, Vol.2 No.1, December 31, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Biochemical, immunological and epidemiological evidence increasingly support the suggestion that there is a causal relationship between gluten/gliadin and schizophrenia as originally proposed by F. C. Dohan. Furthermore the necessary physiological mechanisms exist to explain a mechanism involving bioactive peptides from these proteins, and these show that this mechanism is possible and probable in at least in a substantial subgroup of schizophrenic patients. Evidence shows a fairly strong genetic disposition, and it must be recognised that any genetic mechanism must implicate altered chemistry and function of proteins. Evidence supports the likelihood that dietary intervention is beneficial for some, and this demands further investigation. A similar conclusion may apply to autism spectrum conditions.