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B- cellen
CD 4 cellen
Lymfocyten
Nk-cellen
T-cellen

 

B-T-NK-cell's

 

 

http://www.pilliewillie.nl/main/artikelen/
mmuunsysteem.cvs.me.1.html

Stoornissen in het immuunsysteem bij CVS/ME

 

 

http://www.rt-pcr.com/showabstract.php?pmid=11942919&redirect=yes&terms=cd+4+cellen+en+cvs The aim of this study was to further investigate the mechanism of suppression of natural killer (NK) cell cytotoxic activity in peripheral blood following strenuous exercise. Blood was collected for analysis of NK cell concentration, cytotoxic activity, CD2 surface expression and perforin gene expression from runners (RUN, n=6) and resting controls (CONTROL, n=4) pre-exercise, 0, 1.5, 5, and 24 h following a 60-min treadmill run at 80% of VO2 peak

http://www.behavioralandbrainfunctions.com/content/4/1/44

Dissection of blood microarray profiles points to B cell dysfunction with coordinated immune activation supporting persistent inflammation and antibody-mediated NK cell modulation of T cell activity. This has clinical implications as the CD19+ genes identified could provide robust and biologically meaningful basis for the early detection and unambiguous phenotyping of CFS.

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0ISW/is_241-242/ai_107201214

Nutritional immune modulation therapies for CFIDS—part 1 - Chronic fatigue syndro

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=267940

Immunologic abnormalities in chronic fatigue syndrome

http://www.salutemed.it/cfs/immuno.htm

Immunological abnormalities in patients with CFS

http://www.healthy.net/collinge/
RecovCFSCh4.html

Your immune system: how it works, and how it is affected in CFS

http://www.immuno-sci-lab.com/html/chronic_fatigue.htm

New lab markers for chronic fatigue syndrome

http://www.healthy.net/collinge/
RecovCFSCh4.html

Any understanding of CFS requires an understanding of the immune system. This is because CFS is an immune-related condition in three important ways.

http://www.epcc.edu/faculty/glendah/
2402/IMMUNITY%20NOTES.rtf

The immune system nonspecific resistance to desease

http://cfids-cab.org/mess/immune.htm

The Immune System Cell Types: Their parts and function . Towards an understanding of our immune system and its function when we read research articles about ME/CFS

http://www.salutemed.it/cfs/immuno.htm

Immunological abnormalities in patients with CFS

http://www.hbot.com/cfs_art.htm

Although the immune systems of some CFS patients are chronically activated, parts function poorly, particularly the T cells (the “generals” of the immune system army) and natural killer cells (destroyers of infected or cancerous cells).

http://intl-jcem.endojournals.org/cgi/content
full/85/2/692

Disturbed neuroendocrine-immune interactions in cfs

   
   

 

 

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 CFS Celproliferatie en celsterfte van T-lymphocyten

Decreased expression of CD69 in chronic fatigue  syndrome in relation to inflammatory markers