S. Kiani-Alikhan

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The chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), as defined by recent criteria, is a heterogeneous disorder with a common set of symptoms that often either follows a viral infection or a period of stress. Despite many years of intense investigation there is little consensus on the presence, nature and degree of immune dysfunction in this condition. However, slightly(More)
We describe a family with the rare mutation R11X that leads to a truncated CD40 ligand (CD40L) missing the intracellular domain. The index case had detectable CD40L expression and presented at the age of 41 years with cerebral toxoplasmosis. A brother and two nephews were also identified as having the same mutation but exhibited milder and variable(More)
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