A New Decade of ME Research: The 11th Invest in ME International ME Conference 2016
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Genome cfs study

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by wastwater, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. wastwater

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    Better to post more than just a link. At least copy the abstract here.
     
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    LINK
     
  4. wastwater

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    Thanks I was weary as I didn't know if it had been posted before
    dusp22 near irf4 was of interest to me
    And hla dqb1 both on chromosome 6
     
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  5. Murph

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    You've done well to find one that seemingly everyone missed. The way to be most helpful to forum members is to make the title of the paper the title of the thread, then to put the abstract AND the link in the first comment.

    As for the content of this paper it looks like they went hunting wooly mammoths and came back with some rabbits. No significant SNPs in the whole population and only one in women. They report some differences in methylation but a) it was unclear how statistically significant those are, and b) I actually don't understand methylation anyway so even if the results were huge I probably wouldn't grasp them!
     

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