Lack of Harmful Effect of Oats on Small-intestinal Mucosa in Coeliac Disease

Dissanayake, A. S.; Truelove, S. C.; Whitehead, R.
October 1974
British Medical Journal;10/26/1974, Vol. 4 Issue 5938, p189
Academic Journal
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