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This is a phase 2, multicenter, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, dose-ranging study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of TAK-101 for prevention of gluten-specific T cell activation in adult participants with celiac disease (CeD) on a gluten-free diet (GFD). Two study cohorts are planned for the study, the second of which may include 1 or 2 dose levels, depending on safety, tolerability, and activity observed in the first cohort. A total of approximately 108 participants with well controlled CeD on a GFD for at least 6 months are planned to be enrolled. Eligible participants will receive 2 intravenous (IV) infusions of TAK-101 and/or placebo, each separated by 7 days (on Days 1 and 8) and all participants will receive TAK-101 at the end of the study.


This is a phase 2, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, dose-ranging study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of TAK-062, an oral pill, for the treatment of active celiac disease in participants attempting a gluten-free diet. Approximately 350 participants with CeD and both ongoing symptoms and small intestine villous atrophy on duodenal biopsy, despite attempting to maintain a gluten-free diet for at least 12 months, will be enrolled and randomly assigned into 1 of 2 treatment groups in Cohort 1 and 1 of 5 treatment groups in Cohort 2. Three TAK-062 doses versus placebo will be evaluated in this study, with a primary outcome of improvement in symptoms along with secondary outcomes of change in small intestinal mucosal injury in participants treated with TAK-062 compared with placebo.

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*Participants aged 12-17 may be included later in the study depending on findings from the first part of the study.

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