ME/CFS in the Department of Medicine

Enteroviruses

Research

Featured Expert: John Chia, MD

Chia’s research focuses on trying to find enterovirus protein in different tissues and trying to cultivate the non-cytopathic viruses from infected tissues.

Publications
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  1. Chia JK et al. Acute enterovirus infection followed by myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and viral persistence. (2009)
  2. Chia JK et al. Chronic fatigue syndrome is associated with chronic enterovirus infection of the stomach. (2008)
  3. Hooper M. Myalgic encephalomyelitis: a review with emphasis on key findings in biomedical research. (2007)
  4. Colby J. Special problems of children with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue
    syndrome and the enteroviral link. (2007)
  5. Chia JK. The role of enterovirus in chronic fatigue syndrome. (2005)
  6. Lane RJ et al. Enterovirus related metabolic myopathy: a postviral fatigue syndrome. (2003)
  7. Douche-Aourik F et al. Detection of enterovirus in human skeletal muscle from patients with chronic inflammatory muscle disease or fibromyalgia and healthy subjects. (2003)
  8. Galbraith DN et al. Evidence for enteroviral persistence in humans. (1997)

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