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cfs

(mechanics)
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The lack of approved and effective drugs has led the vendors to focus on the R&D of novel drugs to cater to the unmet need in CFS pharmacological therapy.
Modelling of fascicular pathways: Having mapped the CFs, manually hand drawn 3 schematic models of NI1, NI2 and NI3 were evolved showing the complete pathways of fascicles contributing to these nerves along with all the transformational processes in corresponding histological sections.
In this work, we employed EPD technique to deposit functionalized MWCNTs on de-sized CFs so that the attachment of MWCNTs with CFs could increase the mechanical adhesion of MWCNT-coated carbon fibers with epoxy resin.
The fatigue of CFS doesn't improve with rest, nap, or a good night's sleep--sufferers remain exhausted upon waking up in the morning, and often worsen with physical or mental activity.
The CFs were refluxed in acetone at 293 K for 48 h to remove polymer sizing and pollutants; the desized CFs were then oxidized using concentrated nitric acid at 60[degrees]C for 3 h.
Over the years, interest in the role that the immune system might play in CFS has grown.
Though many considered CFS as just a benign psychological problem or something caused by career burnout, doctors now realize it's a real disease entity, which is much more complicated than previously believed.
"Acetaminophen use and overdosing increases in CFS, primarily due to increased use of OTC combinations treating upper respiratory cold/flu symptoms," the authors write.
CFs with various concentrations (0, 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 wt%) were blended with PP matrix in a plastic mixer (Haake Rheocord 9000, Germany) using a rotor speed of 60 rpm at 185[degrees]C for 8 min.