Christopher W. Armstrong

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We previously reported on a 26-year-old patient who presented early during a large and eventually fatal cerebral infarct. Microarray analysis of blood samples from this patient demonstrated initially up-regulated and subsequently down-regulated Granzyme B (GzmB) expression, along with progressive up-regulation of genes for S100 calcium binding protein A12(More)
We present a young woman (with an identical twin sister) who arrived at the Emergency Department (ED) within 1 hour of her initial stroke symptoms. Previous microarray studies have demonstrated differential expression of multiple genes between stroke patients and healthy controls. However, for many of these studies there is a significant delay between the(More)
Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a debilitating long-term multisystem disorder with a central and inexplicably persistent fatigue symptom that is unable to be relieved by rest. Energy metabolism and oxidative stress have been recent focal points of ME/CFS research and in this study we were able to elucidate metabolic pathways(More)
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