Neuro-Inflammatory and Oxidative Fatigue

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Neuro-Inflammatory and Oxidative Fatigue (NIOF) is a name and case definition proposed by Michael Maes in 2015.[1] In his paper the author stated "The aim of the present study was to delineate a new case definition of ME/CFS based on pattern recognition methods and using neuro-immune, inflammatory, oxidative and nitrosative stress (neuro-IO&NS) biomarkers as external validating criteria".

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  1. A new case definition of Neuro-Inflammatory and Oxidative Fatigue (NIOF), a neuroprogressive disorder, formerly known as chronic fatigue syndrome or Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: results of multivariate pattern recognition methods and external validation by neuro-immune biomarkers


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