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Chronic fatigue traced to mitochondria, Robyn Williams interviews Professor Warren Tate

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Barry53, May 13, 2017.

  1. Barry53

    Barry53 Senior Member

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    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational...hronic-fatigue-traced-to-mitochondria/8521808
    Interesting NZ interview.
     
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    Excellent.
     
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    Published on Jul 25, 2015
    Professor Tate has a daughter who suffers from ME/CFS. As an award winning biomedical researcher, and close family member of a sufferer, Warren provides an invaluable perspective on the illness.

    http://biochem.otago.ac.nz/our-people/academic-teaching-staff/warren-tate/

    Interesting work.
     
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    From 6:02 "There were other health professionals, who, from a platform of ignorance..." :rofl:
     
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    Which enzyme is he talking about?
     
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    Interesting research, this can be a potential discovery. It doesn't mention of which particular enzymes.
     
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    @adreno it seems to be PDHC.

    From the transcript:
    That is, it's what we call a tricarboxylic acid cycle or the TCA cycle, intermediates seemed to be lower and the enzyme which transitions the energy producing system into the final stage, pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, seems to be defective.
     
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