TopicYeast Infection Medication

  • Sat 26th Sep 2020 - 2:59pm

    It also may predict the severity. It also provides information The Chronic Kidney Disease Solution Review  about your parents and your childrens' risk of inheriting an at risk gene. If you have DQ2 and DQ8 we know your complete DQ pattern. We also known one of your parents had at least DQ2 and the other DQ8. All of your children will either get a DQ2 or a DQ8. So, both your parents and all of your children are at risk for Celiac in that situation. If you have only copy of DQ2 or DQ8 then we only know that at least one of your parents had one copy of the risk gene and each of your children will have a 50-50 chance of inheriting such a risk gene from you.

    Other non-HLA genetic factors are involved in the risk of celiac disease. These are still being worked out. However, one poorly understood and little known fact to most doctors and almost all patients is that HLA DQ2 and DQ8 testing done by some laboratories does not include the full spectrum of at risk components of these patterns.

    DQ2 and DQ8 are a summary blood type designations or serotypes for the presence of several protein subunits. There are alpha and beta subunits to these protein patterns. The beta subunit is the most influential and important component. Most laboratories only test for and report the beta subunit. However, the alpha subunit does carry risk on its own, albeit much less than the presence of the beta subunit or the presence of both alpha and beta subunit.

    The most commonly used laboratories for celiac disease genetic testing in the U.S. are Kimball Genetics, LabCorp, Quest, Prometheus, and Enterolab. The Laboratory at Bonfils in Denver not only provides testing directly but also does the testing for several hospitals, Quest and Enterolab. Bonfils only does beta subunit testing. They report results of DQ2 and DQ8 negative based on the absence of the beta subunits associated with DQ2 and DQ8. However this is somewhat misleading since someone could have only the alpha subunit and be "partially" DQ2.

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