Archive for neuroinflammation

Neuroinflammation: Putting the ‘itis’ back into Myalgic Encephalomyelitis – Back to the Future For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

“Our results provide evidence of neuroinflammation in CFS/ME patients, as well as evidence of the possible contribution of neuroinflammation to the pathophysiology of CFS/ME.“ 'Show Me the Inflammation!' It’s perhaps emblematic of a complex and difficult to nail down illness such as ME/CFS Read more [...]

The Immune in Neuroimmune: Cytokines, Bugs and NK Cells – Part IV of the Neuroinflammatory Series Continues

(We're in the windup phase of Marco's Neuroinflammatory Series as he explores the role the immune system and pathogens  play in producing the neuroinflammatory state that may underlie chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) For more on Marco's Neuroinflammatory Series on ME/CFS C - IMMUNE FINDINGS, Read more [...]

Glutamate – One More Piece in the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Puzzle? The Neuroinflammatory Series Pt. II

(In a second of four-part series of papers elucidating a neuro-inflammatory model of chronic fatigue syndrome, Marco examines a possibility that could explain many symptoms and issue not just in ME/CFS but in other neurological disorders. Learn more about Marco here - Cort).  Pt 1 of the Neuroinflammatory Read more [...]