From ME Research UK.
Cara Tomas and colleagues from Newcastle University have recently published a report on mitochondrial function in ME/CFS, and this study is related to research on muscle fatigue they are currently pursuing with support from ME Research UK.
The mitochondria are considered the power plants of the body, generating the energy needed to support life, and substantial evidence suggests that mitochondrial function is abnormal in people with ME/CFS. But what part of the energy production pathway is faulty?
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