I just wanted to add that we may be hearing more about Mitofusin-2 (MFN-2) in the future. Recall that Dr Davis mentioned a "sepsis-like" condition...
From the link you provided on Phoenix Rising, we read :
My question is : Does this mean that ME patients cannot get inhibited...
Can you post a link please ? Very interested as well , to say the least
I had a look at full DNA data of patients that i have. There are two patients out of 7 that were found to have SNPs...
cc'ing @wigglethemouse who was the one who identified SLC1A2. @wastwater Thank you
Please have in mind that these are just hypotheses. Yes this is what i came to think about as well. It resembled gastroparesis when i was trying...
Sorry to hear this @ScottTriGuy
I wanted to say things that i experienced which resemble to some of your symptoms. In the middle of the night i...
rs41278172 is actually pathogenic according to the DBSNP and should be added to the list on the first post.
It's possible that these SNPs are not analysed from 23andme. Perhaps someone can confirm.
I forgot to write that a prominent ME researcher has previously identified ABCC6 SNPs to ME patients.
Right, the likely benign one. Thank you @wigglethemouse i will remove it.
Did you look for this information at full genome data (e.g DanteLabs) or you looked it up on 23andme data?
Thank you so much for this. Pathogenic + rare. I added it to the original post
As disucssed in my initial post, this gene may be much more...
For the record :
Here are the results from 5 out 7 patients for whom i have full gemome data
rs2238472 : p1,p2,p3
rs59513011 : p1
I am preparing an email to a number of researchers for the gene called ABCC6. Looking for further information regarding its function,...
The actual posted date regarding glucokinase is October 2017 :
@Hutan @Trish @Andy @ScottTriGuy
A main concept discussed in this paper by Dr Brodin namely glucokinase, identified since March 2018 using...
We don't need *Big* Data. We want smart and effective types of analysis and sufficient, good quality data. Not Big.
"Altered calcium flux". Let's keep that in mind.
Yes this would be a useful action. What worries me is that in this case as well, i do not have the medical knowledge to present a solid...
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