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by ChronicLyme19
Fri 1 Apr 2016 23:48
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Breaking News- Public Comments open on New IDSA Guidlines
Replies: 32
Views: 9181

Re: Breaking News- Public Comments open on New IDSA Guidlines

I'm not 100% pleased with the response. Wormser is still on the panel, but I did see some things mentioned that I didn't think they would. Hopefully it's not just fluff: "Incorporation of the following into the PICOs: o Evaluation of 1) psychiatric and 2) pediatric behavioral / developmental disorde...
by ChronicLyme19
Fri 25 Mar 2016 2:27
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Bacteriopahges of Borrelia - Scant literature -many unknown
Replies: 4
Views: 3429

Re: Bacteriopahges of Borrelia - Scant literature -many unknown

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/body/phage-alzheimers-cure/ "The Virus That Could Cure Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and More By Jon Palfreman on Wed, 23 Mar 2016" "Fisher set out to repeat Beka Solomon’s mouse experiments and found that with some difficulty he was able to show the M13 phage dissolved...
by ChronicLyme19
Wed 23 Mar 2016 2:24
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Autopsy Study of Sudden Cardiac Death & Lyme Carditis
Replies: 4
Views: 1346

Re: Autopsy Study of Sudden Cardiac Death & Lyme Carditis

Bear in mind that an IgG Western Blot must have five or more of these bands: 18, 23,28, 30, 39, 41, 45, 58, 66, and 93 kDa. An IgM Western Blot must have two or more bands of the following three bands: 23, 39, 41. These stripe tests do not have any possible way to register a positive result at 20 k...
by ChronicLyme19
Tue 22 Mar 2016 3:49
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Autopsy Study of Sudden Cardiac Death & Lyme Carditis
Replies: 4
Views: 1346

Re: Autopsy Study of Sudden Cardiac Death & Lyme Carditis

Decorin-binding is mediated by B. burgdorferi decorin- binding proteins, in particular decorin-binding protein A, which is a 20-kDa surface protein.
So I wonder at what incidence people have this band test positive compared to the other bands...
by ChronicLyme19
Sun 13 Mar 2016 18:14
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Winged scapula in lyme borreliosis
Replies: 3
Views: 3290

Re: Winged scapula in lyme borreliosis

Thanks for posting, I would really love to read these, but they are all behind paywalls. :(

It would be really nice to know which nerve they were calling out that caused the scapular winging, as that is something they could never pinpoint in myself despite a battery of nerve testing.
by ChronicLyme19
Sun 13 Mar 2016 17:57
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Evolution of Human B Cell Responses to Bb VlsE Protein from Early to Late Stages of Lyme Disease
Replies: 11
Views: 3200

Re: Evolution of Human B Cell Responses to Bb VlsE Protein from Early to Late Stages of Lyme Disease

Some major assumptions.... Immunologic reaction to infection with B. burgdorferi includes a robust Ab response to a number of the organism’s proteins and glycolipids. VlsE elicits a rapid and strong humoral response that can be detected throughout the course of the disease (18–20) All patients met t...
by ChronicLyme19
Tue 8 Mar 2016 5:00
Forum: Off-Topic Café
Topic: American Election Year
Replies: 17
Views: 10580

Re: American Election Year

There is also:
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Trump seems to understand the phrase "nothing succeeds like the appearance of success".
by ChronicLyme19
Mon 7 Mar 2016 3:48
Forum: Published Studies
Topic: Sustained Differential Gene Expression Signature in Patients Treated for Acute Lyme Disease -SLICE results
Replies: 1
Views: 991

Re: Sustained Differential Gene Expression Signature in Patients Treated for Acute Lyme Disease -SLICE results

In addition, failure to return to a transcriptome baseline cannot be accounted for solely by patients with persistent symptoms , given that no DEGs were found comparing Lyme disease patients with resolved illness to those with persistent symptoms (Table 2)...To our knowledge, this is first time tha...