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Published Research – From 2000 to present:


2017: Jo Nijs et al. The Role of Autonomic Function in Exercise-induced Endogenous Analgesia: A Case-control Study in ME/CFS and Healthy People

2017: Joanna Elson et al.Clinically proven mtDNA mutations are not common in those with chronic fatigue syndrome (The MEA contributed £5,000 to this study which was largely funded by Action for M.E.)

2015: Anne McArdle et al. The Role of Cytokines in Muscle Fatigue in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

2015: Zoe Gotts et al. The Experience of Sleep in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Qualitative Interview Study with Patients

2012: Julia Newton et al. Loss of Capacity to Recover from Acidosis on Repeat Exercise in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Case-control Study

2009: Derek Pheby and Lisa Saffron, Risk Factors for Severe ME/CFS

2009: John Gow et al. A Gene Signature for Post-infectious Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

2008: Rhona Wilson et al. Dietary Intervention in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

2006: Ronald A. Chalmers et al. CFSUM1 and CFSUM2 in Urine from Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are Methodological Artefacts

2005: Mark G. Jones et al. Plasma and Urinary Carnitine and Acylcarnitines in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

2005: Mark G. Jones et al. Urinary and Plasma Organic Acids and Amino Acids in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

2003: Evelina Georgiades et al. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: New Evidence for a Central Fatigue Disorder

2003: Faisel Khan et al. Prolonged Acetylcholine-induced Vasodilatation in the Peripheral Microcirculation of Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

2001: John Gow et al. Antiviral Pathway Activation in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Acute Infection

2000: Jonathan Brooks et al. Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Morphometry of the Hippocampus in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

 

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