Abnormalities in Essential Amino Acids in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Eaton KK, Hunnisett A
J. Nutr. Med.1991;2:369-376
A laboratory study was performed comparing the patterns of urinary amino acid excretion in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) with a control group of subjects without fatigue or allergy. Fifteen out of 21 patients in the CFS group showed abnormal patterns with both reduced and increased excretion of some acids. In contrast, the control subjects showed only increased excretion of some acids, and a finding present in only four out of 20 subjects.
NOTICE : Biolab Limited has gone into administration
14th July 2022
Biolab Limited has gone into administration due to the delay by The Care Quality Commission in processing our application to transfer our business activities to our laboratory site in West London following an earlier temporary suspension.
We always remained highly confident that Biolab would reopen and invested heavily in relocating the business, retaining and retraining our employees, developing new and improved methods of work and updating our documentation, so this comes as a huge disappointment for us all, but as you’ll appreciate no business can continue indefinitely without an income.
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