Celiac Disease Research Paper

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Cells, just like humans and animals, have to communicate. Most of the time cells use chemical signals to communicate, but they also use mechanical and electromagnetic signals. When those signals are interrupted, the consequences can be deadly in the long run. Without treatment, tumors, benign or malignant, could develop. For celiac disease, some complications include gluten ataxia, epilepsy and seizure disorder, anxiety disorders, and depression and mood disorders (Jackson,2012). But first, what is celiac disease?
Celiac disease is an uncontrolled immune response to gluten proteins. Celiac disease is the only autoimmune disease with a known trigger, gluten (McAllister, 2012). Gluten is an intricate combination of glutenin and gliadin proteins.