Tag Archives: Respiratory-to-fermentative shift

APPNA PAPER ABSTRACT – Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Chronic Inflammatory-Immune Disorder

                            Majid Ali, M.D. Abstract of Paper Presented at at the Fall Meeting of APPNA (the Association of Physician of Pakistani Descent of North America) The subject of mitochondrial dysfunction and impaired ATP generation in respiratory-to-glycolytic shift in the health/dis-ease/disease continuum is vast. In this paper focusing on this shift in chronic inflammatory-immune disorders, I focus on the following five dimensions: 1. Mitochondrial

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Respiratory-to-Fermentative Shift in ATP Production

                                                                          Majid Ali, M.D.                                                                            August 2014 Syndromes of persistent and debilitating fatigue— fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, persistent fatigue following chemotherapy for malignant disorders, and others — may be properly designated “chronic energy deficit states.” There is an enormous body of literature concerning clinical patterns, symptom-complexes, and putative etiologic agents. A recent (February/March) issue of Townsend Letters was devoted to

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