Nitrogen Metabolism and<br>Testing Nitrogen Hypothesis in ME/CFS

Nitrogen Metabolism and Testing Nitrogen Hypothesis in ME/CFS   Study AIM This project aims to test the nitrogen hypothesis, which is that damaging, nitrogen-containing by-products of energy metabolism accumulate more readily in the cells of ME/CFS patients.   LEAD INVESTIGATORS Christopher Armstrong, PhD Ronald Davis, PhD Paul Gooley, PhD Neil McGregor, PhD   Updates and […]

Characterizing B cells in ME/CFS

Characterizing B cells in ME/CFS STUDY AIM This study aims to broadly evaluate B cell subsets, metabolism, viability, receptors, and antibodies in people with ME/CFS. LEAD INVESTIGATORS Christopher Armstrong, PhD Paul Gooley, PhD Jo Cambridge, PhD Ben Wendel, PhD UPDATES AND POTENTIAL B cells secrete antibodies and are a major part of the adaptive immune […]

Developing condensed precision research protocol for ME/CFS

Developing condensed precision research protocol for ME/CFS   PROTOCOL AIM Establish a condensed personalized research protocol that can be used to characterize ME/CFS in individual patients as it pertains to all their unique biological aspects of their self, interacting with a complex chronic disease. LEAD INVESTIGATORS Christopher Armstrong, PhD Paul Gooley, PhD Neil McGregor, PhD […]

Developing Rapid System for Outlier Analysis in ME/CFS

Developing Rapid System for Outlier Analysis in ME/CFS PROTOCOL AIM Establish an analytical workflow for outlier analysis in ME/CFS to identify disease or symptom exacerbators that may not be considered in the individual with ME/CFS (including gene mutations, elevated toxins) and then develop a software program to rapidly identify these potential anomalies. LEAD INVESTIGATORS Christopher […]