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Aussie study on TRP gene

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by ebethc, May 1, 2017.

  1. ebethc

    ebethc Senior Member

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    I am +/- for every one of these snp's .. acetylcholine seems like it could be a big culprit for me; not sure if it's a root cause.. I also have abysmal NK cell results..

    this seems like a pretty big claim, and I wonder how it syncs up to research at Stanford, Lipkin, Chia, etc.

    What do you think of this research?

    http://alisonvickery.com.au/cfs/
     
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  2. Valentijn

    Valentijn Senior Member

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    ebethc Senior Member

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    Thanks for sharing your analysis... which snp's are most likely to indicate CFS (if any)?
     
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    Valentijn Senior Member

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    None are known to thus far. Most of the SNP studies have involved a combination of Fukuda CFS and very poor statistical methodology.
     
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    ebethc Senior Member

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    I can't believe how many "scientific" studies are useless! So frustrating..
     
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  6. Eian Mcneely

    Eian Mcneely

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    Yes research is painful especially when you know out on hundreds only one could be fruitful and practically applicable. As per historical data SNP and CFS are struggling to conclude results
     
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