Community symposium on molecular basis of ME/CFS at Stanford Discussion Thread

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JONAS BERQUIST

@1:50:17 he talks about downregulated Pregnenolone. For this a gene called TSPO may have a part :

From my presentation :
@mariovitali FYI You brought up TSPO in a post ~ a year ago. @nandixon has some thoughts on Ativan & TSPO in these two posts. You might have already seen this but just in case you haven't.......
https://forums.phoenixrising.me/thr...d-by-omf-discussion.77623/page-5#post-2232880
https://forums.phoenixrising.me/thr...ic-fatigue-syndrome-me-cfs.76073/post-2200914
 

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@mariovitali FYI You brought up TSPO in a post ~ a year ago. @nandixon has some thoughts on Ativan & TSPO in these two posts. You might have already seen this but just in case you haven't.......
https://forums.phoenixrising.me/thr...d-by-omf-discussion.77623/page-5#post-2232880
https://forums.phoenixrising.me/thr...ic-fatigue-syndrome-me-cfs.76073/post-2200914
Hormone dysregulation sounds interesting; however, how do we relate this to fatigue?

Same for thyroid dysregulation.
 
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Hormone dysregulation sounds interesting; however, how do we relate this to fatigue?

Same for thyroid dysregulation.
@FMMM1 did you mean to post this on a different thread as the questions seem to be a different topic?

Klimas's team has a paper this year on their model that links endocrine function and immune markers in ME. There is a thread on s4me, I don't see one here on that paper.
https://www.s4me.info/threads/lever...ing-of-women-with-cfs-2019-morris-et-al.8878/
 

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@FMMM1 did you mean to post this on a different thread as the questions seem to be a different topic?

Klimas's team has a paper this year on their model that links endocrine function and immune markers in ME. There is a thread on s4me, I don't see one here on that paper.
https://www.s4me.info/threads/lever...ing-of-women-with-cfs-2019-morris-et-al.8878/
Yes I'm certainly off topic! No idea what I was responding to - I thought I noticed something about Jonas Bergquist and that made me think of the hormone dysregulation work Jonas did (OMF funded) a few years ago.
Thanks!