Case Reports in Gastrointestinal Medicine / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Case Report

The Onset of Enhanced Intestinal Permeability and Food Sensitivity Triggered by Medication Used in Dental Procedures: A Case Report

Table 2

Pre- and postoperative results for mucosal immunity, intestinal permeability, and food sensitivity as expressed in ELISA units.

Lab measurementsBefore4 weeks after dental
6 months after probiotics,
  digestive enzymes
Normal range in
ELISA units

Secretory IgA321174616–48
Gliadin IgA + IgM21129337–18
Transglutaminase IgA + IgM1623177–18
Occludin/zonulin IgG3792356–33
Occludin/zonulin IgM3186286–47
Occludin/zonulin IgA26135676–31
Lipopolysaccharide IgG41116453–48
Lipopolysaccharide IgM3973433–49
Lipopolysaccharide IgA46143876–34
Actomyosin IgG869<20
24 foods IgA + IgG+++++++*+++

*Multiple dairy antigens, hemp, gluten-containing grains, millet, amaranth, quinoa, yeast, tapioca, oats, coffee, rice, and potato.

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