Scientific Publications

Dr. Natelson's CFS/FM publications are listed below:

  1. Natelson, B.H., D. Vu, X. Mao, N. Weiduschat, F. Togo, G. Lange, M. Blate, G. Kang, J.D. Coplan and D.C. Shungu. Effect of milnacipran treatment on ventricular lactate in fibromyalgia: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Journal of Pain, 16(11:)1211-1219, 2015. (Free PDF)

  2. Pejovic, B., B.H. Natelson, M. Basta, J. Fernandez-Mendoza, F. Mahr, and A. N. Vgontzas. Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia in diagnosed sleep disorders: A further test of the ‘unitary’ hypothesis. BMC Neurology, B2015, 15:53 DOI: 10.1186/s12883-015-0308-2. (Free PDF)

  3. Kishi, A., F. Togo, D.B. Cook, M. Klapholz, Y. Yamamoto, D.M. Rapoport, and B.H. Natelson. The effects of exercise on dynamic sleep morphology in healthy controls and patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Physiological Reports, 1(6):e00152, 2013. Full Article (PDF)

  4. Nakamura, T., S. Schwander, R. Donnelly, D. B. Cook, F. Ortega, F. Togo, Y. Yamamoto, N. S. Cherniack, M. Klapholz, D. Rapoport, and B.H. Natelson. Exercise and sleep deprivation do not change cytokine expression levels in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, 20(11):1736-1742, 2013. Abstract

  5. Togo, F., G. Lange, B.H. Natelson, and K.S. Quigley. Attention network test: assessment of cognitive function in chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Neuropsychology, 2013 Sep 24. doi: 10.1111/jnp.12030. Abstract

  6. Togo, F. and B.H. Natelson. Heart rate variability during sleep and subsequent sleepiness in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic and Clinical, 176(1-2):85-90, 2013. Abstract

  7. Abbi, B. and B.H. Natelson. Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome the Same Illness as Fibromyalgia: Evaluating the 'Single Syndrome' Hypothesis. QJM, 106(1):3-9, 2013. Abstract

  8. Shungu, S., N. Weiduschat, J.W. Murrough, X. Mao, S. Pillemer, J.P. Dyke, M. Medow, B.H. Natelson, J. Stewart, and S.J. Mathew. Increased Ventricular Lactate in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. III: Relationships to Cortical Glutathione and Clinical Symptoms Implicate Oxidative Stress in Disorder Pathophysiology. NMR in Biomedicine, NMR Biomed. 2012 Jan 27. doi: 10.1002/nbm.2772. Abstract

  9. Cook, D. B., A. J. Stegner, P. R. Nagelkirk, J. D. Meyer, F. Togo and B.H. Natelson. Responses to exercise differ for chronic fatigue syndrome patients with fibromyalgia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44(6):1186-93, 2012. Full Article

  10. Kishi, A., B.H. Natelson, F. Togo, Z.R. Ztruzik, D.M. Rapaport, and Y. Yamamoto. Sleep stage dynamics in chronic fatigue syndrome patients with or without Fibromyalgia. Sleep, 34(11):1551-60, 2011. Abstract

  11. Lange, G., M.N. Janal, A. Maniker, J. FitzGibbons, M. Fobler, D. Cook, and B.H. Natelson. Safety and efficacy of vagus nerve stimulation in Fibromyalgia: A Phase I/II proof of concept trial. Pain Medicine, 12(9):1406-1413, 2011. Abstract

  12. Biswal, B, P. Kunwar, and B.H. Natelson. Cerebral blood flow is reduced in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome as assessed by arterial spin labeling. Journal of Neurological Sciences, 301(1-2):9-11, 2011. Abstract

  13. Schutzer, S.E., M.A. Rounds, B.H. Natelson, D.J. Ecker, M.W. Eshoo. Analysis of cerebrospinal fluid from chronic fatigue syndrome patients for multiple human ubiquitous viruses and xenotropic murine leukemia-related virus. Annals of Neurology, 69(4):735-8, 2011. Abstract

  14. Schutzer, S.E., T.E. Angel, T. Liu, A.A. Schepmoes, T.R. Clauss, J.N. Adkins, D.G. Camp II, B.K. Holland, J. Bergquist, P.K. Coyle , R.D. Smith, B.A. Fallon, and B.H. Natelson. Distinct cerebrospinal fluid proteomes differentiate post-treatment Lyme disease from chronic fatigue syndrome. PLoS One, 2011 Feb 23;6(2):e17287. Abstract

  15. Schutzer, S.E., T. Liu, B.H. Natelson, T.E. Angel, A.A. Schepmoes, S.O. Purvine, K K. Hixson, M.S. Lipton, D.G. Camp II, P. K. Coyle, R.D. Smith and J. Berguist. Establishing the proteome of normal human cerebrospinal fluid. PLoS One, 2010 Jun 11;5(6):e10980. Abstract

  16. Ciccone, D.S., H.K. Chandler, and B.H. Natelson. Illness trajectories in the chronic fatigue syndrome: a longitudinal study of improvers versus non-improvers. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders, 198(7):486-493, 2010. Abstract

  17. Togo, F., B.H. Natelson, N.S. Cherniack, M. Klapholz, D.M. Rapoport, and D.B. Cook. Sleep is not disrupted by exercise in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 42(1):16-22, 2010. Abstract

  18. Weaver, S. A., M.N. Janal, N. Aktan, J.E. Ottenweller, and B.H. Natelson. Sex differences in plasma prolactin response to tryptophan in chronic fatigue syndrome patients with and without comorbid fibromyalgia. Journal of Women’s Health, 3:6-11, 2010. Abstract

  19. Nakamura, T., S.K. Schwander, R. Donnelly, F. Ortega, F. Togo, G. Broderick, Y. Yamamoto, N.S. Cherniack, D.M. Rapoport and B.H. Natelson. Cytokines across the night in chronic fatigue syndrome with and without fibromyalgia. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, 17(4):582-587, 2010. Abstract

  20. Nakamura, T., F. Togo, N.S. Cherniack, D. Rapoport, and B.H. Natelson. A subgroup of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome may have a disorder of arousal. The Open Sleep Journal, 3:6-11, 2010. Link to Full Text

  21. Schutzer, S.E., T. Liu, B.H. Natelson, T.E. Angel, A.A. Schepmoes, S.O. Purvine, K K. Hixson, M.S. Lipton, D.G. Camp II, P. K. Coyle, R.D. Smith and J. Berguist. Establishing the proteome of normal human cerebrospinal fluid. PLoS One, 5(6): e10980. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010980. Abstract

  22. Ciccone, D.S., H.K. Chandler, and B.H. Natelson. Illness trajectories in the chronic fatigue syndrome: a longitudinal study of improvers versus non-improvers. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders, 198(7):486-493, 2010. Abstract

  23. Togo, F., B.H. Natelson, G.K. Adler, J.E. Ottenweller, D.L. Goldenberg, Z.R. Ztruzik, and Y. Yamamoto Plasma cytokine fluctuations over time in healthy controls and patients with fibromyalgia. Experimental Biology and Medicine, 34(2):232-40, 2009. Abstract

  24. Togo, F., B.H. Natelson, N.S. Cherniack, J. FitzGibbons, C. Garcon and D.M. Rappoport. Sleep structure and sleepiness in chronic fatigue syndrome with or without co-existing fibromyalgia. Arthritis Research and Therapy, 10:R56, 2008. Abstract

  25. Kishi, A., Z.R. Struzik, B.H. Natelson, F. Togo and Y. Yamamoto. Dynamics of sleep stage transitions in healthy humans and patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. AJP- Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 294(6):R1980-7, 2008. Abstract

  26. Ciccone, D., L. Weissman and B.H. Natelson. Chronic fatigue syndrome in male Gulf War veterans and civilians: a further test of the single syndrome hypothesis. Journal of Health Psychology, May;13(4):529-36, 2008. Abstract

  27. Yoshiuchi, K., D.B. Cook. K. Ohashi, H. Kumano, T. Kuboki, Y. Yamamoto, and B.H. Natelson. A real-time assessment of the effect of exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome. Physiology & Behavior, 92:963-8, 2007. Abstract

  28. Chandler, H.K., D.S. Ciccone, R. MacBride, and B.H. Natelson. Medically unexplained illness in short- and long-term disability applicants: Prevalence and cost of salary reimbursement. Disability and Rehabilitation, Disabil Rehabil, 2007 Sep 10:1-7. Abstract

  29. Togo, F., N. Cherniack, and B.H. Natelson. Electroencephalogram characteristics of autonomic arousals during sleep in healthy men. Clinical Neurophysiology, 117(12):2597-603. Abstract

  30. Cook, D.B., P.R. Nagelkirk, A. Poluri, J. Mores, and B.H. Natelson. The influence of aerobic fitness and fibromyalgia on cardiorespiratory and perceptual responses to exercise in patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 54(10):3351-3362, 2006. Abstract

  31. Janal, M., D. Ciccone, and B.H. Natelson. Sub-typing CFS patients on the basis of “minor” symptoms. Biological Psychology, 73(2):124-31, 2006. Abstract

  32. Stewart, J.M., N.S. Cherniack and B.H. Natelson. Postural hypocapnic hyperventilation is associated with enhanced peripheral vasoconstriction in postural tachycardia syndrome with normal supine blood flow. AJP: Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 291(2):H904-13, 2006. Abstract

  33. Yoshiuchi K, J Farkas, and BH Natelson. Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome have reduced absolute cortical blood flow. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, 26(2):83-6: 2006. Abstract

  34. Cook DB, PR Nagelkirk, A Peckerman, A Poluri, J Mores, and BH Natelson. Exercise and cognitive performance in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 37(9):1460-1467, 2005. Abstract

  35. Lange G, J Steffener, DB Cook, BM Bly, C Christodoulou, W-C. Liu, J DeLuca, and BH Natelson. Objective evidence of cognitive complaints in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: a BOLD fMRI study of verbal working memory. Neuroimage, 26(2):513-24, 2005. Abstract

  36. Natelson BH, C-L Tseng, and JE Ottenweller. Spinal fluid abnormalities in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical & Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 12(1):53-55, 2005. Abstract

  37. Brimacombe, M., G. Lange, K. Busichio, D.S. Ciccone, and B.H. Natelson. Cognitive Function Index for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. JCFS, 12(4)3-23, 2004.

  38. Busichio, B., L.A. Tiersky, J. DeLuca, and B.H. Natelson. Neuropsychological impairment in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 10(2):1-8, 2004. Abstract

  39. Cook, D.B., Lange, G., Ciccone, D.S., Liu, W-C., Steffener, J. and Natelson, B.H. Functional imaging of pain in patients with primary fibromyalgia. Journal of Rheumatology, 31:364-378, 2004. Abstract

  40. DeLuca, J. , Tiersky, L. and Natelson, B.H. Chronic fatigue syndrome: Differential diagnosis with depression. In J. Ricker (ed). Differential Diagnosis in Adult Neuropsychological Assessment. 2004, 421-451, New York : Springer. Abstract

  41. DeLuca, J., Christodoulou, C., Diamond, B.J., Rosenstein, E.D., Kramer, N., Ricker, J.H., and Natelson, B.H. The nature of memory impairment in chronic fatigue syndrome. Rehabilitation Psychology, 49:62-70, 2004.

  42. DeLuca, J., C. Christodoulou, B.J. Diamond, E.D. Rosenstein, N. Kramer, N. and B.H. Natelson. Working memory deficits in chronic fatigue syndrome: Differentiating between speed and accuracy of information processing. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 10:101-109, 2004. Abstract

  43. McCully, K.K., S. Smith, S. Rajaei, J.S. Leigh, and B.H. Natelson. Muscle metabolism and blood flow restriction in chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Applied Physiology, 96:871-878, 2004. Abstract

  44. Ohashi, K., G. Bleijenberg, B.H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. Decreased fractal correlations in diurnal physical activity in chronic fatigue syndrome. Methods of Information in Medicine, 43:26-29, 2004. Abstract

  45. Tseng, C-L. and B.H. Natelson. Few gender differences exist between men and women with chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 11:55-62, 2004.

  46. Yoshiuchi, K, K.S. Quigley, K. Ohashi, Y. Yamomoto, and B.H. Natelson. Use of time-frequency analysis to investigate temporal patterns of cardiac autonomic response during head-up tilt in chronic fatigue syndrome. Autonomic Neuroscience, 113(1-2):55-62, 2004. Link to Article Abstract

  47. Ciccone, D.S., Busichio, K., Vickroy, M., and Natelson, B.H. Effects of psychiatric morbidity and psychological distress on physical impairment in the chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 54:445-52, 2003.

  48. Ciccone, D.S. and Natelson, B.H. Comorbid illness in the chronic fatigue syndrome: A test of the single syndrome hypothesis. Psychosomatic Medicine, 65(2):268-275, 2003. Abstract

  49. Cook, D.B., P.R. Nagelkirk, A. Peckerman, A. Poluri, J.J. LaManca, and B.H. Natelson. Perceived exertion in fatiguing illness part 1: civilians with chronic fatigue syndrome. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35(4):563-568, 2003. Abstract

  50. Cook, D.B., P.R. Nagelkirk, A. Peckerman, A. Poluri, J.J. LaManca, and B.H. Natelson. Perceived exertion in fatiguing illness part 2: Gulf Veterans with chronic fatigue syndrome. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35(4):569-574, 2003. Abstract

  51. Kang, H.K, Natelson, B.H., Mahan, C.M., Lee, K.Y., and Murphy, F.M. Post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic fatigue syndrome-like illness among Gulf War veterans: A population based survey of 30,000 veterans. American Journal of Epidemiology, 157(2):141-8, 2003. Abstract

  52. McCully, K.K., S. Smith, S. Rajaei, J.S. Leigh, Jr., and B.H. Natelson. Blood flow and muscle metabolism in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Science, 104(6):641-647, 2003. Abstract

  53. Nagelkirk, P.R., D.B. Cook, W. Kesil, A. Peckerman, J.J. LaManca, T. Sakowski and B.H. Natelson. Aerobic capacity of Gulf War veterans with chronic fatigue syndrome. Military Medicine, 168(9):750-7555, 2003. Abstract

  54. Ohashi, K., G. Bleijenberg, B.H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. Decreased fractal correlation in diurnal physical activity in chronic fatigue syndrome. Methods of Information in Medicine, 43:26-29, 2003. Abstract

  55. Ohashi, K., L. A. N. Amaral, B.H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. Asymmetrical singularities in real-world signals. Physical Review E, 68:1-4, 2003. Abstract

  56. Peckerman, A., J.J. LaManca, K. Dahl, B. Qureishi, and B.H. Natelson. Abnormal impedance cardiography predicts symptom severity in chronic fatigue syndrome. American Journal of Medical Sciences, 326(2):55-60, 2003. Abstract

  57. Peckerman, A., J.J. LaManca, B. Qureishi, K.A. Dahl, R. Golfetti, Y. Yamamoto and B.H. Natelson. Baroreceptor reflex and integrative stress responses in chronic fatigue syndrome. Psychosomatic Medicine, 65:889-895, 2003. Abstract

  58. Tiersky, L., Matheis, R.J., DeLuca, J., Lange, G., and Natelson, B.H. Functional status, neuropsychological functioning and mood in chronic fatigue syndrome: Relationship to psychiatric disorder. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders, 191(5):324-331, 2003. Abstract

  59. Yamamoto, Y., LaManca, J., and Natelson, B.H. A measure of heart rate variability is sensitive to orthostatic challenge in women with chronic fatigue syndrome. Experimental Biology and Medicine, 228(2):167-174, 2003. Abstract

  60. Brimacombe, M., Helmer, D., and Natelson, B.H. Birth order and its association with the onset of chronic fatigue syndrome. Human Biology, 74(4):615-620, 2002. Abstract

  61. Brimacombe, M., Helmer, D., and Natelson, B.H. Clinical differences exist between patients fulfilling the 1988 and 1994 case definitions of chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 9(4):309-314, 2002.

  62. Brimacombe, M., Zhang, Q. Lange, G. and Natelson, B.H. Immunological variables mediate cognitive dysfunction in Gulf veterans but not civilians with CFS. NeuroImmunoModulation, 10(2):93-100, 2002. Abstract

  63. Natelson, B.H., Haghighi, M.H., and Ponzio, N.M. A review of the evidence for the presence of immune dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 9(4):747-752, 2002. Abstract

  64. Natelson, B.H. and Lange, G. A status report on chronic fatigue syndrome. Environmental Health Perspectives, 110 Suppl 4:673-677, 2002. Abstract

  65. Ohashi, K. Yamamoto, Y., and Natelson, B.H. Activity rhythm degrades after strenuous exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome. Physiology & Behavior, 77:39-44, 2002. Abstract

  66. Raphael, K., Natelson, B., Janal, M., and Nayak, S. A community-based survey of fibromyalgia-like pain complaints following the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. Pain, 100:131-139, 2002. Abstract

  67. Cook, D.B., Lange, G., DeLuca, J., and Natelson, B.H. Relationship of brain MRI abnormalities and physical functional status in CFS. International Journal of Neuroscience, 107 (1-2): 1-6, 2001. Abstract

  68. Gilhooly, P.E., Ottenweller, J.E., Lange, G., Tiersky, L, and Natelson, B.H. Chronic fatigue and sexual dysfunction in female Gulf War veterans. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 27: 483-487, 2001. Abstract

  69. Hanson, S.J., Gause, W.C., and Natelson, B.H. Detection of immunologically significant factors for chronic fatigue syndrome using neural network classifiers. Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 8(3):658-662, 2001.

  70. Johnson, S.K., Lange, G., Tiersky, L., Deluca, J. and Natelson, B.H. Health-related personality variables in chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple sclerosis. Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 8:41-52, 2001. Abstract

  71. LaManca, J.J., Peckerman, A., Sisto, S-A., DeLuca, J., Cook, S. and Natelson, B.H. Cardiovascular responses of women with chronic fatigue syndrome to stressful cognitive testing before and after strenuous exercise. Psychosomatic Medicine, 63(5):756-764, 2001. Abstract

  72. Lange, G., Holodny, A., DeLuca, J., Lee, H.J., Yan, X.H.M., Steffener, J., and Natelson, B.H. Quantitative assessment of cerebral ventricular volumes in CFS. Applied Neuropsychology, 8:23 -30, 2001. Abstract

  73. Lange, G., Tiersky, L., DeLuca, J., Scharer, J.B., Policastro, T., Fiedler, N., Morgan, J.E., and Natelson, B.H. Cognitive functioning in Gulf War Illness. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 23(2):240-249, 2001. Abstract

  74. Natelson, B.H. Chronic fatigue syndrome. JAMA, 285:2557-2559, 2001. Abstract

  75. Natelson, B.H., Tiersky, L., and Nelson, J. The diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder in Gulf Veterans with medically unexplained fatiguing illness. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 189:795-796, 2001. Abstract

  76. Nelson, J.J., Natelson, B.H., Peckerman, A., Pollet, C., Lange, G., Tiersky, L., Servatius, R.J., Policastro, T., Fiedler, N. and Ottenweller, J.E. Medical follow up of Gulf Veterans with severe medically unexplained fatigue : A preliminary study. Military Medicine, 166:1107-9, 2001. Abstract

  77. Ottenweller, J.E., Sisto, S.A., McCarty, R.C., and Natelson, B.H. Hormonal responses to exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome. Neuropsychobiology, 43(1):34-41, 2001. Abstract

  78. Sirois, D.A. and Natelson, B.H. Clinicopathological findings consistent with primary Sjogren's syndrome in a subset of patients diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome: Preliminary observations. Journal of Rheumatology, 28:126-33, 2001.

  79. Servatius, R.J., Brennan, F.X., Moldow, R., Pogach, L., Natelson, B.H. and Ottenweller, J.E. Persistent hormonal effects are not due to reduced food intake or exposure to stressed rats. Endocrine, 14:181-187, 2001. Abstract

  80. Tiersky, L.A., DeLuca, J., Hill, N., Dhar, S.K., Johnson, S.K., Lange, G., Rappolt, G., and Natelson, B.H. Longitudinal assessment of neuropsychological functioning, psychiatric status, functional disability and employment status in chronic fatigue syndrome. Applied Neuropsychology, 8:41-50, 2001. . Abstract

  81. Caccappolo, E., Kipen, H., Kelly McNeil, K., Knasko, S., Hamer, R.M., Natelson, B.H., and Fiedler, N. Odor perception: multiple chemical sensitivities, chronic fatigue [syndrome], and asthma. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 42(6):629-638, 2000. Abstract

  82. Cukor, D., Tiersky, L. and Natelson, B.H. Psychiatric comorbidity and somatic distress in sudden and gradual onset chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 7(4):33-44, 2000.

  83. Fiedler, N., Lange, G., Tiersky, L., DeLuca, J., Policastro, T., Kelly McNeil, K., McWilliams, R., Korn, L., and Natelson, B.H. Stressors, personality traits, and coping of Gulf War Veterans with chronic fatigue. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 48(6):525-535, 2000.

  84. Hay, J., Beutner, E., and Natelson, B. Immune parameters in chronic fatigue syndrome. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Recent Advances in Molecular Biology, Allergy, and Immunology, 3-5 September 2000, Baroda, India, pp 159-161.

  85. Zhang, Q., Natelson, B.H., Ottenweller, J.E., Servatius, R.J., Nelson, J.J., DeLuca, J., Tiersky, L., and Lange, G. Chronic fatigue syndrome beginning suddenly occurs seasonally over the year. Chronobiology International, 17(1):95-100, 2000. Abstract

  86. Christodoulou, C., DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K., Lange, G., Gaudino, E.A., and Natelson, B.H. Examination of Cloninger's basic dimensions of personality in fatiguing illness: Chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple sclerosis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 47(6):597 607, 1999. Abstract

  87. DeLuca, J., Tiersky, L., and Natelson, B.H. Chronic fatigue syndrome: differential diagnosis with depression. In J. Ricker, ed. A Differential Diagnosis in Adult Neuropsychological Assessment, New York : Springer, 1999.

  88. Glaser, R., Rabin, B., Chesney, M., Cohen, S. and Natelson, B. Stress-induced immunomodulation: Implications for infectious diseases? JAMA, 281:2268-2270, 1999.

  89. Green, J., Romei, J., and Natelson, B.H. Stigma and chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 5(2):63-75, 1999.

  90. Hill, N.F., Tiersky, L.A., Scavalla, V.R., Lavietes, M. and Natelson, B.H. Natural history of severe chronic fatigue syndrome. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 80:1090-1094, 1999. Abstract

  91. Johnson, S.J., DeLuca, J., and Natelson, B.H. Chronic fatigue Syndrome: Reviewing the research findings. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 21(3):1 15, 1999. Abstract

  92. Lange, G., DeLuca, J., Maldjian, J.A., Lee, H-J., Tiersky, L.A., and Natelson, B.H. Brain MRI abnormalities exist in a subset of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Neurological Sciences, 171(1):3 7, 1999. Abstract

  93. LaManca, J.L., Peckerman, A., Walker, J., Kesil, W., Cook, S., Taylor, A., and Natelson, B.H. Cardiovascular response during head-up tilt in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Physiology, 19(2):111 120, 1999. Abstract

  94. LaManca, J.J., Sisto, S.A., Ottenweller, J.E., Cook, S., Peckerman, A., Zhang, Q., Denny, T.N., Gause, W.C., and Natelson, B.H. Immunological response in chronic fatigue syndrome following a graded exercise test to exhaustion. Journal of Clinical Immunology, 19:135-142, 1999. Abstract

  95. McCully, K.K. and Natelson, B.H. Impaired oxygen delivery to muscle in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Science, 97:611 613, 1999. Abstract

  96. Natelson, B.H., Denny, T., Zhou, X-D., LaManca, J.J., Ottenweller, J.E., Tiersky, L., DeLuca, J., and Gause, W.C. Is depression associated with immune activation? Journal of Affective Disorders, 53:179-184, 1999. Abstract

  97. Schutzer, S.E. and Natelson, B.H. Absence of Borrelia burgdorferi specific immune complexes in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Neurology, 53:1340-1341, 1999. Abstract

  98. Wallace II, H.L., Natelson, B.H., Gause, W., and Hay, J. An evaluation of human herpesviruses in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 6:216 223, 1999.

  99. Zhang, Q., Zhou, X-D, Denny, T., Ottenweller, J.E., Lange, G., LaManca, J.J., Pollet, C., Gause, W.C., and Natelson, B.H. Changes in immune parameters are seen in gulf veterans but not civilians with chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 6:6-13, 1999. Abstract

  100. Christodoulou, C., DeLuca, J., Lange, G., Sisto, S., and Natelson, B.H. The relationship between neuropsychological impairment and functional disability in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 64:431-434, 1998. Abstract

  101. Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., Diamond, B.J., Natelson, B.H. Memory dysfunction in fatiguing illness: Examining interference and distraction in short term memory. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 3(4),269 285, 1998.

  102. LaManca, J., Sisto, S., DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K., Lange, G. Pareja, J., Cook, S., and Natelson, B.H. The influence of exhaustive treadmill exercise on cognitive function in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. American Journal of Medicine, 105(3A):59S-65S, 1998. Abstract

  103. Lange, G., Wang, S., DeLuca, J. and Natelson, B.H. Neuroimaging in chronic fatigue syndrome. American Journal of Medicine, 105(3A):50S-53S, 1998. Abstract

  104. Lavietes, M.H., Bergen , M.T. and Natelson, B.H. Measurement of CO2 in chronic fatigue syndrome patients. Journal of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 4(3):3-11, 1998.

  105. Natelson, B.H. Facing and Fighting Fatigue: A Practical Approach. Yale University Press: New Haven, 1998 (with translated editions in Swedish, Italian, Polish and Japanese).

  106. Natelson, B.H., Cheu, J., Hill, N., Bergen, M., Korn, L., Denny, T., and Dahl, K. Single blind, placebo-phase in trial of two escalating doses of selegiline in the chronic fatigue syndrome. Neuropsychobiology, 37:150-154, 1998. Abstract

  107. Natelson, B.H., LaManca, J.J., Denny, T., Vladutiu, A.C., Oleske, J., Hill, M., Bergen , M.T., Korn, L. and Hay, J. Immunological parameters in chronic fatigue syndrome, major depression, and multiple sclerosis. American Journal of Medicine, 105(3A):43S-49S, 1998. Abstract

  108. Servatius, R.J., Tapp, W., Bergen, M., Pollet, C.A., Drastal, S.D., Tiersky, L.A., Desai P., and Natelson, B.H. Impaired associative learning in chronic fatigue syndrome. Neuroreport 9(6):1153-1157, 1998. Abstract

  109. Sisto, S. A.. Tapp, W.N., LaManca, J.J., Ling, W., Korn, L.R., Nelson, A.J., and Natelson, B.H. Physical activity before and after exercise in women with chronic fatigue syndrome. Quarterly Journal of Medicine, 91:465-473, 1998. Abstract

  110. Tiersky, L., Cicerone, K., Natelson, B. and DeLuca, J. Neuropsychological functioning in mild traumatic brain injury and chronic fatigue syndrome: A comparison. Clinical Neuropsychologist, 12, 503-512, 1998.

  111. Chang, Q., Natelson, B.H., Goldstein, C.D., and Ottenweller, J.E. The role of stressor intensity and underlying vasculopathy in altering coronary reactivity in cardiomyopathic hamsters. Psychosomatic Medicine, 59:51-57, 1997. Abstract

  112. Christodoulou, C., DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K., Lange, G., and Natelson, B.H. Efforts to reduce heterogeneity in chronic fatigue syndrome. In S. Yehuda and D.I. Mostofsky (Eds) Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. NY: Plenum Press, pp. 73-94, 1997.

  113. DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K., Ellis, S.P. and Natelson, B.H. Cognitive functioning is impaired in chronic fatigue syndrome patients devoid of psychiatric disease. Jounal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 62:151-155, 1997. Abstract

  114. DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K., Ellis, S.P. and Natelson, B.H. Sudden vs gradual onset of chronic fatigue syndrome differentiates individuals on cognitive and psychiatric measures. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 31:83-90, 1997. Abstract

  115. Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., Korn, L., and Natelson, B.H. The effects of fatigue on neuropsychological performance in patients with CFS, MS and depression. Applied Neuropsychology, 4:145-153, 1997. Abstract

  116. Tiersky, L.A., Johnson, S.K., Lange, G., Natelson, B.H., and DeLuca, J. Neuropsychology of chronic fatigue syndrome: A critical review. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 19: 560 586, 1997. Abstract

  117. Cordero, D.L., Tapp, W.N., LaManca, J.L., Pareja, J.G., and Natelson, B.H. Decreased vagal power during treadmill walking in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Autonomic Research, 6:329-333, 1996. Abstract

  118. Fiedler, N., Kipen, H.M, DeLuca, J., Kelly-McNeil, K., and Natelson, B.H. A controlled comparison of multiple chemical sensitivity and chronic fatigue syndrome. Psychosomatic Medicine, 58:38-49, 1996.

  119. Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., Diamond, B.J. and Natelson, B.H. Selective impairment of auditory processing in chronic fatigue syndrome: A comparison with multiple sclerosis and healthy controls. Perceptual Motor Skills, 83:51-62, 1996. Abstract

  120. Johnson, S.K., Deluca, J. and Natelson, B.H. Assessing somatization disorder in the chronic fatigue syndrome. Psychosomatic Medicine, 58:50-57, 1996. Abstract

  121. Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., and Natelson, B.H. Depression in fatiguing illness: Comparing patients with chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis and depression. Journal of Affective Disorders, 39:21-30, 1996. Abstract

  122. Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., and Natelson, B.H. Personality dimensions in the chronic fatigue syndrome: a comparison with multiple sclerosis and depression. Journal of Psychiatry Research, 30(1):9-20, 1996. Abstract

  123. Lavietes, M.H., Natelson, B.H., Cordero, D.L., Ellis, S.P., and Tapp, W.N. Does the stressed chronic fatigue syndrome patient hyperventilate? International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 3:70-83, 1996.

  124. McCully, K.K., Natelson, B.H., Iotti, S., Sisto, S., and Leigh Jr, J.S. Reduced oxidative muscle metabolism in chronic fatigue syndrome. Muscle & Nerve, 19:621-625, 1996. Abstract

  125. McCully, K., Sisto, S., and Natelson, B. Use of exercise for treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome. Sports Medicine, 21:35-48, 1996. Abstract

  126. Natelson, B.H., Cheu, J., Pareja, J., Ellis, S.P., Policastro, T., and Findley, T.W. Randomized, double blind, controlled placebo-phase in trial of low dose phenelzine in the chronic fatigue sydnrome. Psychopharmacology, 124(3):226-230, 1996. Abstract

  127. Natelson, B.H., Zhou, X., Ottenweller, J.E., Bergen, M.T., Sisto, S., Drastal, S. Tapp, W.N., and Gause, W.L. Efffect of acute exhaustive exercise on cytokine gene expression in men. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 17:299-302, 1996. Abstract

  128. Sisto, S., LaManca, J., Cordero, D.L., Bergen, M.T., Drastal, S., Boda, W.L., Tapp, W.N., and Natelson, B.H. Metabolic and cardiovascular effects of a progressive exercise test in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. American Journal of Medicine, 100:634-640, 1996. Abstract

  129. Boda, W.L., Natelson, B.H., Sisto, S., and Tapp, W.N. Gait abnormalities in chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 131:156-161, 1995. Abstract

  130. DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K., Beldowicz, D., and Natelson, B.H. Neuropsychological impairments in chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis and depression. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 58:38-43, 1995. Abstract

  131. Dobbins, J.G., Natelson, B.H., Brasslof, I., Drastal, S., and Sisto, S. Physical, behavioral, and psychological risk factors for chronic fatigue syndrome: a central role for stress? Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 1:43-58, 1995.

  132. Natelson, B.H., Ellis, S.P., Ó Braonáin, P.J., DeLuca, J. and Tapp, W.N. Frequency of deviant immune test values in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical & Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 2:238-240, 1995. Abstract

  133. Natelson, B.H., Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., Sisto, S., Ellis, S.P., Hill, N., and Bergen, M.T. Reducing heterogeneity in the chronic fatigue syndrome: A comparison with depression and multiple sclerosis. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 21:1204-1210, 1995. Abstract

  134. Pitman, D.R., Ottenweller, J.E., and Natelson, B.H. Effect of exposure to stressors of varying predictability on adrenal function in rats. Behavioral Neurosciences, 109:767-776, 1995. Abstract

  135. Sisto, S., Tapp, W.N., Drastal, S.D., Bergen, M., DeMasi, I., Cordero, D.L. and Natelson, B.H. Vagal tone is reduced during paced breathing in patients with the chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Autonomic Research, 5:139-143, 1995.

  136. DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K. and Natelson, B.H. Neuropsychiatric status of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: An overview. Toxicology and Industrial Health, 10:513-522, 1994. Abstract

  137. Fukuda, K., Straus,S.E., Hickie, I., Sharpe, M.C., Dobbins, J.G., Komaroff, A., Schluederberg, A., Jones, J.F., Lloyd, A.R., Wessely, S., Gantz, N.M., Holmes, G.P., Steele, L., Reyes, M., Abbey, S., Rest, J., Jolson, H., Peterson, D.L., Vercoulen, J.H.M.M., Tirelli, U., Evengard, B., Natelson, B.H., and Reeves, W.C. Chronic fatigue syndrome: a comprehensive approach to its definition and study. Annals of Internal Medicine, 121:953-959, 1994.

  138. Johnson, S.K., DeLuca, J., Fiedler, N., and Natelson, B.H. Cognitive functioning in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 18(Suppl 1): S84-S85, 1994. Abstract

  139. Natelson, B.H., Ye, N., Moul, D.E., Jenkins, F.J., Oren, D.A., Tapp, W.N., and Cheng, Y-C. High titers of anti-EBV DNA polymerase are found in patients with severe fatiguing illness. Journal of Medical Virology, 42:42-46, 1994. Abstract

  140. DeLuca, J., Johnson, S.K. and Natelson, B.H. Information processing efficiency in chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple sclerosis. Archives of Neurology, 50:301-304, 1993. Abstract

  141. Natelson, B.H., Cohen, J.M, Brassloff, I., and Lee, H-L. A controlled study of brain magnetic resonance imaging in patients with the chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 120:213-217, 1993. Abstract