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Metabolomics And Neurotransmitters In Colonic Motility In Children

The Impact Of Non-acid Reflux On Respiratory Disease In Children

PAIN FREE (ediatric Alliance For International Neurogastrointestinal Functional Research) Registry

Reflux Profiles As Predictors Of Post-fundoplication Outcome

Retrospective Studies On Motility


Inflammatory Bowel Disease


Research on Causes and Diagnosis

Researching New Treatments and Diagnostic Tests


Childhood Liver Disease


Studies of Pediatric Liver Transplant (SPLIT)

Pegylated Interferon +/- Ribavirin for Children with HCV

Epidemiological study in Western and Asian countries in children and adolescents with Chronic Hepatitis B (EPIC B) (Recruitment is Closed)

Comparison of Fibroscan and Serum Fibrosis Markers with Histological Evaluation of Liver Fibrosis in Pediatric Patients Presenting for Liver Biopsy

Effect of hepatitis C on insulin resistance in children

A comparative study of the antiviral efficacy and safety of entecavir versus placebo in pediatric subjects with chronic hepatitis B virus infection who are HBeAg positive

Transient elastography of the liver for non-invasive assessment of central venous pressures and hepatic fibrosis in patients with Fontan circulation show_more_end

Nutrition and Intestinal Rehabilitation


Copper Status in Infants with Prolonged Dependence on Parenteral Nutrition

Safety and Immunogenicity of Rotavirus Vaccine (RotaTeq®) in Infants with Short Bowel Syndrome


Celiac Disease


Clinical Outcomes of Children with Marsh 1 Histopathology

Prospective Study of Serologic Markers in the Diagnosis of Childhood Celiac Disease


Eosinophilic GI Disease (EGID)


Esophagitis Registry

A Prospective Case-Controlled Study to Identify Novel Biologic Markers Associated with Eosinophilic Esophagitis


Fecal Transplant Study


Frozen poop pill offers a less invasive treatment option for emerging infectious disease


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