Chronic fatigue syndrome: clinical condition associated with immune activation

@article{Landay1991ChronicFS,
  title={Chronic fatigue syndrome: clinical condition associated with immune activation},
  author={A. Landay and E. Lennette and C. Jessop and J. Levy},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1991},
  volume={338},
  pages={707-712}
}
There is much conflicting immunological and viral data about the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS); some findings support the notion that CFS may be due to one or more immune disorders that have resulted from exposure to an infectious agent. In the present study, flow cytometry and several different monoclonal antibodies recognising T, B, and natural killer (NK) cell populations as well as activation and cell adhesion antigens were used to study 147 individuals with CFS. Compared with… Expand
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