Tag Archives: immunological dysfunction

Dr Ron Davis’s big immune study is looking at HLA genes – here’s why

ME/CFS Research review blog post, by Simon McGrath, 28 June 2018: Dr Ron Davis’s big immune study is looking at HLA genes – here’s why Dr Ron Davis has won a large NIH (US National Institutes of Health) grant for an immunology … Continue reading

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Altered lymphocytes and immune system in CFS

Research Announcement Objective: The goal of our research is to define immunologic deficiencies of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and ultimately to improve the health of these patients by increasing their immunity. Setting: CFS is a debilitating disease of … Continue reading

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T & NK cell screening is a possible biomarker for CFS

Research abstract Background: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a debilitating neuro-immune disorder of unknown etiology diagnosed by an array of clinical manifestations. Although several immunological abnormalities have been described in CFS, their heterogeneity has limited diagnostic applicability. Methods: Immunological features … Continue reading

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