Archive for Gene expression

Twin Proteome ‘Study’ Finds Evidence of Inflammation and Metabolic Problems in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Sets the Stage for Round Two…

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 Gene Read more [...]

Light Gene Expression Study Suggests Post-Cancer Fatigue and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Could Share Same Molecular Pathway

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 [...]

A Treatable Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Subset – If Doctors Will Just Look For It

Pretty Graphs 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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