Certain T cells produce less energy and are structurally weaker in people with chronic fatigue syndromenih.gov
- Study shows that in people with chronic fatigue syndrome, an energy production process is disrupted in the CD4 and CD8 immune T cells.
- This disease has no known causes and no treatments, which makes this an important step towards finding cures.
- The findings prove that there are different patterns of cell interaction in the immune systems of people with chronic fatigue syndrome.
- Study authors hope that this will encourage other scientists to work on this disease.