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CFS : Inflammation , Immune Function , and Neuroendocrine Interactions Klimas and Koneru

@inproceedings{Klimas2007CFSI,
  title={CFS : Inflammation , Immune Function , and Neuroendocrine Interactions Klimas and Koneru},
  author={N. Klimas and Anne O'Brien Koneru},
  year={2007}
}
Investigations into the underlying cause of chronic fatigue syndrome have advanced the field considerably in the past year. Gene microarray data have led to a better understanding of pathogenesis. Recent research has evaluated genetic signatures, described biologic subgroups, and suggested potential targeted treatments. Acute viral infection studies found that initial infection severity was the single best predictor of persistent fatigue. Genomic studies showed that persistent cases express… Expand

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