ron davis

  1. frozenborderline

    Concrete demands for the Open Medicine Foundation

    https://openletteropenmedicinefoundation.com/concrete-demands-for-the-open-medicine-foundation-and-other-me-cfs-researchers/ This website has much info, but this specific part with very specific demands about what kinds of research I would like to see done, I think may be the most important...
  2. P

    Ron Davis’s interview with FOX5 DC

    https://www.fox5dc.com/news/scientist-with-son-who-suffers-from-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-hopes-research-can-help-covid-19-patients Just a basic interview, no new info, but nonetheless informative. Dr. Davis goes over his credentials, how he got into ME/CFS research, Covid & ME/CFS simmilarties...
  3. Tallman

    Nanoneedle: can impedance measures really indicate the benefits of a drug?

    So the Nanoneedle electrodes measure the impedance of the blood plasma and everything that’s in it, right? Before the measurements are commenced, NaCl is added to the plasma as a stressor. In the control sample with plasma from a healthy person, impedance is unchanged over time. In the blood...
  4. dreamydays

    Escaping the metabolic trap (IDO)

    I still think the metabolic trap theory has some merit. Robert Phair looked into genetic problems and his current theory is that tryptophan metabolism gets overloaded and we don't have the ability to process it and so we get stuck in a trap. The enzyme which can process it is IDO1, as we lack...
  5. SgtGerryBoyle

    We are so close: Petition to Dr. Davis to include viral research!

    Finally, serious research is being deployed into physical causes of ME/CFS, giving hope to many who had given up hope for a better future and had resigned themselves to a life of ill health with very little prospect of improvement. I for one am very happy that serious research is being...
  6. InitialConditions

    A nanoelectronics-blood-based diagnostic biomarker for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS)

    New PNAS paper from Ron Davis and team released ahead of print (not open access). https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/04/24/1901274116 ABSTRACT. There is not currently a well-established, if any, biological test to diagnose myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). The...