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etiopathogenesis

  1. nerd

    Early Growth Response Gene Upregulation in Epstein–Barr Virus (EBV)-Associated Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)

    This isn't the newest study of all but it hasn't been discussed yet and I think it deserves a separate post. It's a review of the existing evidence on latent EBV pathology in CFS/ME. Author: Jonathan Kerr Published: 26 October 2020 doi: 10.3390/biom10111484 Abstract
  2. nerd

    Aberrations in the Cross-Talks Among Redox, Nuclear Factor-κB and Wnt/Catenin Pathway Signaling Underpin ME and CFS: A Review and New Hypothesis

    Aberrations in the Cross-Talks Among Redox, Nuclear Factor-κB and Wnt/Catenin Pathway Signaling Underpin Myalgic Encephalomyelitis andChronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Review and New Hypothesis Based on Results of Network, Enrichment and Annotation Analyses This paper is a preprint and it has not...
  3. nerd

    Does viral selection pressure on the GABAergic system mediate the etiopathogenesis of ME?

    Please beware, this theory is highly speculative. However, considering the good risk-benefit ratio from associated solutions, I'd like to discuss it. One of the many unresolved questions of ME is the role of viral pathology and how it might mediate the ME etiopathogenesis. One of my existing...
  4. Notjustfatigue

    Crowfunding for a study about etiopathogenesis and try to set potencial biomarkers

    Dear mates, I want to inform about a crowfunding campaign for a study about etiopathogenesis of ME/CFS that could lead to set potencial biomarkers for the disease. The following is based in our mate @Manuel work...
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