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Cognitive Dysfunction In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Molecular Pattern Discovered

Thursday 12 January 2017

 

From Bel Marra Health:

 

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Cognitive dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome, molecular pattern discovered, hopes for improved diagnosis and treatment

By Devon Andre
Monday, January 09, 2017
Copyright © 2017 BelMarraHealth. All Rights Reserved.

A molecular pattern has been discovered with regards to cognitive dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome, giving hope for improved diagnosis and treatment. The researchers uncovered a unique pattern of immune molecules in the cerebrospinal fluid in people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). This discovery provides insight into the basis for cognitive dysfunction – also known as brain fog – and may inform advancements in the syndrome diagnosis and treatment.

The researchers measured the levels of 51 immune biomarkers called cytokines in cerebrospinal fluid of 32 ME/CFS patients, 40 multiple sclerosis patients, and 19 healthy controls. The researchers found that the levels of most cytokines were depressed in ME/CFS patients, compared to the other groups.

 

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