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 The absence of clear laboratory markers affects not only how CFS is diagnosed, but whether or not it is viewed as fundamentally psychological illness, and how it is treated. The absence of clear laboratory markers affects not only how CFS is diagnosed, but whether or not it is viewed as fundamentally psychological illness, and how it is treated.
  
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 +There is considerable evidence that mitochondrial dysfunction is present in some CFS patients. (({{pubmed>​long:​19436827}}))
  
 This work contributes key elements to the development of ME/CFS diagnostics,​ a crucial step required for discovering a therapy for any disease of unknown origin. ​  ​(({{pubmed>​long:​30563204}}))  ​ This work contributes key elements to the development of ME/CFS diagnostics,​ a crucial step required for discovering a therapy for any disease of unknown origin. ​  ​(({{pubmed>​long:​30563204}}))  ​
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 Altered composition of the gut microbiome ​   (({{pubmed>​long:​27338587}}))  ​ Altered composition of the gut microbiome ​   (({{pubmed>​long:​27338587}}))  ​
  
-A decisive infectious trigger may then lead to immunization against autoantigens involved in aerobic energy production and/or hormone receptors and ion channel proteins, producing postexertional malaise and ME/CFS, affecting both muscle and brain.(({{pubmed>​long:​29497420}}))+A decisive infectious trigger may then lead to immunization against autoantigens involved in aerobic energy production and/or hormone receptors and ion channel proteins, producing postexertional malaise and ME/CFS, affecting both muscle and brain.(({{pubmed>​long:​29497420}}))
  
  
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