MAIT cells are an unusual kind of T-cell which guard the integrity of the gut lining

In decades of immune research, nobody has ever called attention to the specialized T-cells called MAIT cells in ME/CFS. Recently, though, two research efforts, working independently, have highlighted these unique cells – which form a bridge between the gut and the immune system.

The latest finding comes from a large 400 person study hailing from the U.K. which also found possible signs of immune exhaustion and presented some new findings regarding natural killer cells.
Find out more about a new potential immune issue in ME/CFS in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog:


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