Chronic fatigue syndrome : a biological approach / edited by Patrick Englebienne, Kenny DeMeirleir.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2002.
Description
1 online resource (317 p.)

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Chronic fatigue syndrome [Browse]
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complex, debilitating disorder, yet few current scientific biomedical books are available on the subject. The nonspecific symptoms, lack of diagnostic tests, and uncertainty as to the cause or causes of CFS make the disease that much more baffling. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Biological Approach represents a monumental step in the journey to a unified understanding of CFS and establishes a scientific basis for treatment. The book provides a rare treatise on current state of the art with respect to the worldwide scientifically documented basis of CFS
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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English
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1
  • Interferon and the 2-5A/Pathway 1
  • Lionel Bastide, Edith Demettre, Camille Martinand-Mari, and Bernard Lebleu
  • Chapter 2
  • Ribonuclease L: Overview of a Multifaceted Protein17
  • Patrick Englebienne, C. Vincent Herst, Simon Roelens, Anne D'Haese,
  • Karim El Bakkouri, Karen De Smet, Marc Fremont, Lionel Bastide, Edith Demettre,
  • and Bernard Lebleu
  • Chapter 3
  • A 37-kDa RNase L: A Novel Form of RNase L Associated with Chronic Fatigue
  • Syndrome55
  • Robert J. Suhadolnik, Susan E. Shetzline, Camille Martinand-Mari, and
  • Nancy L. Reichenbach
  • Chapter 4
  • Ribonuclease L Inhibitor: A Member of the ATP-Binding Cassette
  • Superfamily73
  • Patrick Englebienne, C. Vincent Herst, Anne D'Haese, Kenny De Meirleir, Lionel
  • Bastide, Edith Demettre, and Bernard Lebleu
  • Chapter 5
  • The 2-5A Pathway and Signal Transduction: A Possible Link to Immune
  • Dysregulation and Fatigue99
  • Patrick Englebienne, C. Vincent Herst, Marc Frimont, Thierry Verbinnen,
  • Michel Verhas, and Kenny De Meirleir
  • Chapter 6
  • Immune Cell Apoptosis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome131
  • Marc Fremont, Anne D'Haese, Simon Roelens, Karen De Smet, C. Vincent Herst,
  • and Patrick Englebienne
  • Chapter 7
  • RNase L, Symptoms, Biochemistry of Fatigue and Pain, and Co-Morbid
  • Disease175
  • Neil R. McGregor, Pascale De Becker, and Kenny De Meirleir
  • Chapter 8
  • CFS Etiology, the Immune System, and Infection 201
  • Kenny De Meirleir, Pascale De Becker, Jo Nijs, Daniel L. Peterson, Garth Nicolson,
  • Roberto Patarca-Montero, and Patrick Englebienne
  • Chapter 9
  • Current Advances in CFS Therapy229
  • Pascale De Becker, Neil R. McGregor, Karen De Smet, and Kenny De Meirleir
  • Chapter 10
  • From Laboratory to Patient Care265
  • Kenny De Meirleir, Daniel L. Peterson, Pascale De Becker, and
  • Patrick Englebienne
  • Index285.
ISBN
  • 0-429-24795-8
  • 1-281-15075-4
  • 9786611150754
  • 1-4200-4100-2
OCLC
  • 475979062
  • 173258497
Doi
  • 10.1201/9781420041002
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