The Power and Pitfalls of Omics: George Davey Smith’s storming talk at ME/CFS conference
Read about the talk that stole the show at a recent ME/CFS conference in Simon McGrath's two-part blog.
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My working hypothesis

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by wastwater, Mar 1, 2014.

  1. wastwater

    wastwater Senior Member

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    Im working around discovering things in myself that suggest a primary immunodeficiency linked to chromosome 6 involving microglial activation
     
  2. Navid

    Navid Senior Member

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    what does this mean and is there anyway to address the problems.
     
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    wastwater Senior Member

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    Primary Immunodeficiency just means you inherited a faulty immune system rather than acquired it through say a virus.I think chromosome 6 maybe important because it is where the HLA human leukocyte antigen gene complex is found,also I have a rare disorder on that chromosome,there is a mention of Ehler Danlos also,and its thought to be implicated in MS and Schizophrenia.Ive seen a study suggesting minocycline an antibiotic maybe able to calm microglial activation.Ive seen this mentioned in MS and Autism circles too
     

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