Chronic fatigue syndrome can be diagnosed by Inflammatory biomarkers

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Researchers have discovered inflammation biomarkers that could help scientists to research, diagnose and even treat chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).

As of myalgic encephomyelitis, CFS is also a poorly-understood condition characterized by profound, long-term tiredness. Researchers have previously reported observing some signs of inflammation in CFS patients, but later they found the biomarkers which can be applied for the diagnosis of CFS. However, the development of high-throughput methods has meant screening of the immune system for inflammation biomarkers is now possible on a scale that has not previously been achievable.


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