Biological ‘fingerprints’ of long COVID in blood could lead to diagnostic test, say Cambridge scientists

livinglighter

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As the title suggests, it looks like Cambridge University researchers are honing in on using cytokines as a biological marker for diagnosing long-covid.

https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news...d-could-lead-to-diagnostic-test-say-cambridge

"A hyperactive immune response" is the same explanation noted down as the cause of my exertion intolerance by the Immunology NHS RFH fatigue clinic back in 2019. ME/CFS was also explained to me as being due to something likened to a "switch" that turns on and for some reason never switches off or never goes back to the baseline. I recently made a post about it alongside the diagram of the model the clinic used.

https://forums.phoenixrising.me/thr...e-hospital-fatigue-clinic.83824/#post-2354984
 
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