"Key transducers of nociception and pain"
Much of the activity in nerve cells is regulated by very small channels that regulate the flows of ions such as calcium, sodium and magnesium in or out of the cells.
Given the central nervous system problems in ME/CFS and FM and the clear role ion channels Read more [...]
Proteomics, the study of the proteome, is important because proteins represent the actual functional molecules in the cell. When mutations occur in the DNA, it is the proteins that are ultimately affected. Drugs, when they have beneficial effects, do so by interacting with proteins….. Proteomics
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Any Light gene expression study is big news. If you’re not up on the Lights', two of their past studies showed astonishing changes in gene expression after exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome. They have a third bigger study in the works plus a Lyrica ME/CFS gene expression study (and probably Read more [...]
Dr. Susan Vernon and Dr. Lucinda Bateman spoke in Denver on Saturday, June 28. Dr. Bateman gave a presentation on research out of the University of Utah she co-authored in her talk, "Treatment Options for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia patients
I took two main points from her presentation. Read more [...]
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