Tag Archives: metabolomics

Metabolomic study finds amino acid deprivation impacts pain in ME/CFS

ME Australia blog post: Metabolomic study finds amino acid deprivation impacts pain, by Sasha Nimmo, 1 September 2016 A team of Australian scientists looked at biochemistry changes connected with pain and kidney function, identifying the biological basis of the development of widespread pain (July 2016). … Continue reading

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Naviaux’s ME/CFS ground-breaking metabolomics results says Prof Davis

Open Medicine Foundation blog post, by Prof Ron Davis, 30 August 2016: ME/CFS ground-breaking metabolomics results by Naviaux RK, et al The publication, “Metabolic Features of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” by Naviaux RK, et al. is a landmark in ME/CFS research. … Continue reading

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CFS could be the body trying to hibernate

The Times comments on Naviaux et al’s chemical signature research, by Tom Whipple, 30 August 2016: Chronic fatigue syndrome could be the body trying to hibernate An estimated 250,000 people have CFS in Britain. The disease, which is difficult to … Continue reading

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Researchers identify characteristic chemical signature for CFS

UC San Diego Press release, by Scott LaFee, 29 August 2016: Researchers Identify Characteristic Chemical Signature for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Discovery, along with revealed underlying biology, could lead to faster, more accurate diagnoses and more effective, personalized therapies Chronic fatigue … Continue reading

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Prof Ron Davis’ severe ME study finds problems with energy metabolism

ME Action news article, by Simon McGrath, 4 June 2016: Ron Davis: Preliminary data shows problems with energy metabolism Professor Ron Davis presented new findings from his Big Data study at Friday’s Invest in ME 2016 conference. Davis’s preliminary data … Continue reading

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OMF announces an expanded ME/CFS metabolomics study

Open Medicine Foundation newsletter, May 2016: Announcing the Expanded ME/CFS Metabolomics Study Now that the Severely Ill-BIG DATA Study is fully underway, we want to perform multiple investigations at the same time. Because of the many recent small and large … Continue reading

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Hunting the cause – Dr Lipkin’s London talk

Simon McGrath reports on Dr. Lipkin’s talk to patients in London … In a talk to patients in London on 3rd September, Dr. W. Ian Lipkin described the extraordinary lengths he and his team are prepared to go to in … Continue reading

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The study of metabolism important for CFS research

Research abstract Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a poorly understood condition that presents as long-term physical and mental fatigue with associated symptoms of pain and sensitivity across a broad range of systems in the body. The poor understanding of the … Continue reading

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