Metabolism, molecular hypometabolism and inflammation: Complications of proliferative physiology include metabolic acidosis, pulmonary hypertension, T reg cell deficiency, insulin resistance and neuronal injury
Dr. Shoemaker’s latest academic paper is published. This paper, though technical, reports the metabolic basis of conditions routinely found in CIRS. From metabolic acidosis to brain injury, and from T regulatory cell deficiency to pulmonary hypertension, these conditions are a direct effect of a change in energy production by a cell. Called proliferative physiology, if it is present, health is enormously affected for the worse. Certain exposures, particularly to actinomycetes and anti-fungals, make proliferative physiology much worse. Read the entire paper!
*NEW FEATURED ARTICLE * Actinobacteria Update: The revolutionary findings on biotoxin illness further explained.
Based on newer, published and confirmed information and testing, we’ve been able to expand the concept of specific causation of "mold illness" or CIRS to include indoor-dwelling Actinobacteria
A Physician’s Guide to Use of Actinobacteria Indices
In the newest report from EnviroBiomics, Actinomycetales, also called Actinobacteria, are now reported with an additional factor called an Actino Index. We look at a Dominance Index (DI) and a Prevalence Index (PI) to assist physicians in making clinical de...
New Research Article!
Treatable metabolic and inflammatory abnormalities in Post COVID Syndrome (PCS) define the transcriptomic basis for persistent symptoms: Lessons from CIRS
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Scientific disciplines dependent on accurate analytics invariably evolve due to advances in technical aspects of measurement. In disciplines in which adequate measurement is not available for applications to public health policy, the impact of new paradigms...
COVID-19: What is compromised in immunocompromised? The overactive host response holds the danger
People with chronic illness and “immunocompromise” are warned to limit their exposures, even more than younger, immune uncompromised. We are better prepared to deal with COVID-19 when we know more about the immunometabolism of COVID-19 infection. So,...