Study finds reduced ability to respond to energy demands in ME patients’ immune systems

figures C,D,E showing lower levels in glycolysis compared to controls

by Sasha Nimmo Scientists from Australia's Griffith University found 'a significant reduction of glycolytic reserve in resting natural killer (NK) cells' from people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ICC ME) compared with healthy controls. "These findings suggest resting NK cells from ME/CFS patients have reduced ability to increase glycolytic flux to respond to high energetic demands for … Continue reading Study finds reduced ability to respond to energy demands in ME patients’ immune systems