Celiac disease is a worldwide autoimmune disorder characterized by gluten intolerance, and is associated with a number of serious clinical conditions. Even though the prevalence of celiac disease is about 1%, there is still no special therapy; therefore people with celiac disease have to follow a strict gluten-free diet.<br><br> <strong>Technology</strong><br> We offer a novel polyclonal IgY antibody for the treatment of Celiac Disease. The treatment is based on the application of polyclonal anti-CD3 or anti-CDPtTG antibodies, which recognize a specific pathogen peptide. The antibodies are able to bind CD3-peptides and to inhibit human autoantibodies against tTG, without activating the immune system. <br><br> The antibodies are produced in high quantities in the egg yolk of chicken through specific immunization.
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