During the CAA webinar this afternoon (this covered three of the current funded research projects - very interesting, btw), there was a slide that mentioned a new paper accepted for publication today by Brain Behavior and Immunity. It sounds like it will be epublished in the next week - I couldn't find the paper or abstract online just now on a quick search, but it should show up soon. Gordon Broderick is lead author, with Klimas and Fletcher also involved, on a study using a Klimas research cohort. (He is one of the information network gurus from British Columbia involved in a lot of CFS studies in recent years - I keep hearing great things about him, and think what he brings is highly valuable to a complicated area like CFS.) My notes are a bit rough, but I think Suzanne Vernon said that the paper shows processes consistent with viral expression in latent infection, that wouldn't have been uncovered with a single marker. I don't know if the paper discusses how these processes may distinguish CFS patients from healthy cohort. There were some interesting charts / graphs during the webinar - well worth looking at when they're available online, along with the discussion.