Special April issue focused on coeliac disease

Coeliac disease is a complex immune-mediated disease, occurring in genetically predisposed subjects as a reaction to exposure to gluten proteins in wheat and other grains. 

In this issue, we publish a series of in-depth articles by a number of international experts, which also served as a scientific basis for the recently published guidelines on diagnosis and management of coeliac disease from the British Society of Gastroenterology. We also publish a review on the intriguing entity of Non-coeliac gluten sensitivity, which summarizes current knowledge and concepts, and identifies directions for further research. The highlights include: 

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About UEG Journal

Published bi-monthly the Journal focuses on providing coverage of both translational as well as clinical studies from all fields of gastroenterology and is edited by Chief Editor Professor Jan Tack. Associate Editors are Arthur Kaser University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, Oliver Pech St. John of God Hospital, Germany and Tim Greten, National Cancer Institute, USA.

UEG Journal is searchable in PubMed Central. In 2013 UEG Journal received the APEX Award of Excellence in the 'New Magazines & Journals' category.

Call for papers

The Editor-in-Chief is now seeking papers for the UEG Journal. If you are ready to submit a paper please visit our manuscript portal.

Alternatively, please contact the chief editor directly, if you have any submission queries:

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