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by Kappos, Ludwig and Bar-Or, Amit and Cree, Bruce A C and Fox, Robert J and Giovannoni, Gavin and Gold, Ralf and Vermersch, Patrick and Arnold, Douglas L and Arnould, Sophie and Scherz, Tatiana and Wolf, Christian and Wallström, Erik and Dahlke, Frank and Achiron, Anat and Achtnichts, Lutz and Agan, Kadriye and Akman-Demir, Gulsen and Allen, Alison B and Antel, Jack P and Antiguedad, Alfredo Rodriguez and Apperson, Michelle and Applebee, Angela M and Ayuso, Guillermo Izquierdo and Baba, Masayuki and Bajenaru, Ovidiu and Balasa, Rodica and Balci, Belgin Petek and Barnett, Michael and Bass, Ann and Becker, Veit U and Bejinariu, Mihaela and Bergh, Florian Then and Bergmann, Arnfin and Bernitsas, Evanthia and Berthele, Achim and Bhan, Virender and Bischof, Felix and Bjork, Randall John and Blevins, Gregg and Boehringer, Matthias and Boerner, Thomas and Bonek, Robert and Bowen, James D and Bowling, Allen and Boyko, Alexey N and Boz, Cavit and Bracknies, Vera and Braune, Stefan and Brescia Morra, Vincenzo and Brochet, Bruno and Brola, Waldemar and Brownstone, Paul Kenneth and Brozman, Miroslav and Brunet, Donald and Buraga, Ioan and Burnett, Margaret and Buttmann, Mathias and Butzkueven, Helmut and Cahill, Jonathan and Calkwood, Jonathan C and Camu, William and Cascione, Mark and Castelnovo, Giovani and Centonze, Diego and Cerqueira, Joao and Chan, Andrew and Cimprichova, Andrea and Cohan, Stanley and Comi, Giancarlo and Conway, Jill and Cooper, Joanna A and Corboy, John and Correale, Jorge and Costell, Brian and Cottrell, David A and Coyle, Patricia K and Craner, Matthew and Cui, Liying and Cunha, Luis and Czlonkowska, Anna and da Silva, Ana Martins and de Sa, Joao and de Seze, Jérôme and Debouverie, Marc and Debruyne, Jan and Decoo, Danny and Defer, Gilles and Derfuss, Tobias and Deri, Norma H and Dihenia, Bhupesh and Dioszeghy, Peter and Donath, Vladimir and Dubois, Benedicte and Duddy, Martin and Duquette, Pierre and Edan, Gilles and Efendi, Husnu and Elias, Stanton and Emrich, Peter J and Estruch, Bonaventura Casanova and ... and EXPAND Clinical Investigators and Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology and Sahlgrenska akademin and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Sahlgrenska Academy and Institutionen för neurovetenskap och fysiologi
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 03/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10127, pp. 1263 - 1273
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by Martin, Miguel and Holmes, Frankie A and Ejlertsen, Bent and Delaloge, Suzette and Moy, Beverly and Iwata, Hiroji and von Minckwitz, Gunter and Chia, Stephen K L and Mansi, Janine and Barrios, Carlos H and Gnant, Michael and Tomašević, Zorica and Denduluri, Neelima and Šeparović, Robert and Gokmen, Erhan and Bashford, Anna and Ruiz Borrego, Manuel and Kim, Sung-Bae and Kim, Seung Jin and Jakobsen, Erik Hugger and Ciceniene, Audrone and Inoue, Kenichi and Overkamp, Friedrich and Heijns, Joan B and Armstrong, Anne C and Link, John S and Joy, Anil Abraham and Bryce, Richard and Wong, Alvin and Moran, Susan and Yao, Bin and Xu, Feng and Xu, Binghe and Auerbach, Alan and Buyse, Marc and Chan, Arlene and Harvey, Vernon and Tomek, Rudolf and Robert, Nicholas J and Gore, Ira and Smith, John W and Smith, Julie C and Masuda, Norikazu and Di Sean Kendall, S and Harker, William Graydon and Petrakova, Katarina and Guerrero Zotano, Angel and Simon, Amparo Ruiz and Konstantinovic, Zora Neskovic and Iannotti, Nicholas O and Tassone, Pierfrancesco and Rodriguez, Gladys I and Jáñez Martinez, Noelia and Crespo Massieu, Carmen and Smickoska, Snezana and Somali, Isil and Yilmaz, Ugur and Alonso, Mirta Garcia and Rosales, Adolfo Murias and Cold, Soeren and Knoop, Ann Soegaard and Patt, Debra and Hellerstedt, Beth A and Morales Murillo, Serafin and Mayer, Ingrid A and Means-Powell, Julie Ann and Hui, Rina and Senecal, Francis M and De Boer, Richard Hendry and Shen, Zhenzhou and Luczak, Adam Andrzej and Chui, Joanna W.Y and Chui, Stephen and Tsang, Janice Wing-hang and Lang, Istvan and Rai, Yoshiaki and Hozumi, Yasuo and Ten Tije, Albert J and Bhandari, Manish and Osborne, Cynthia R.C and Ohtani, Shoichiro and Higaki, Kenji and Watanabe, Junichiro and Watanabe, Kenichi and Taguchi, Tetsuya and Taguchi, Kazunori and Takahashi, Masato and Filipovic, Sladjana and Hansen, Vincent L and Rao, Vijayarama Phooshkooru and Gupta, Manish and Petrov, Petar and Coudert, Bruno and Vojnovic, Zeljko and Polya, Zsofia and Miyaki, Toshiko and Yamamoto, Naohito and Brincat, Stephen and Lesniewski-Kmak, Krzysztof and Chmielowska, Ewa and ... and ExteNET Study Grp and ExteNET Study Group
The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 12/2017, Volume 18, Issue 12, pp. 1688 - 1700
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by Iaffaldano, Pietro and Simone, Marta and Lucisano, Giuseppe and Ghezzi, Angelo and Coniglio, Gabriella and Brescia Morra, Vincenzo and Salemi, Giuseppe and Patti, Francesco and Lugaresi, Alessandra and Izquierdo, Guillermo and Bergamaschi, Roberto and Cabrera‐Gomez, Jose Antonio and Pozzilli, Carlo and Millefiorini, Enrico and Alroughani, Raed and Boz, Cavit and Pucci, Eugenio and Zimatore, Giovanni Bosco and Sola, Patrizia and Lus, Giacomo and Maimone, Davide and Avolio, Carlo and Cocco, Eleonora and Sajedi, Seyed Aidin and Costantino, Gianfranco and Duquette, Pierre and Shaygannejad, Vahid and Petersen, Thor and Fernández Bolaños, Ricardo and Paolicelli, Damiano and Tortorella, Carla and Spelman, Tim and Margari, Lucia and Amato, Maria Pia and Comi, Giancarlo and Butzkueven, Helmut and Trojano, Maria and Spitaleri, Daniele and Rottoli, Maria Rosa and Ardito, Bonaventura and Iuliano, Gerardo and Montanari, Enrico and Granieri, Enrico and Tedeschi, Gioacchino and Bertolotto, Antonio and Granella, Franco and Di Battista, Giancarlo and Gallo, Paolo and Cavalla, Paola and Bellantonio, Paolo and De Robertis, Francesca and Durelli, Luca and Scarpini, Elio and Rezzonico, Monica and Protti, Alessandra and Solaro, Claudio and Corea, Francesco and Bosco, Antonio and Vianello, Marika and Ferrò, Maria Teresa and Balgera, Roberto and Grasso, Roberta and De Luca, Giovanna and Farina, Deboah and Travaglini, Daniela and di Ioia, Maria and Di Tommaso, Valeria and Mancinelli, Luca and Pietrolongo, Erika and Hupperts, Raymond and Rio, Maria Edite and Terzi, Murat and Barnett, Michael and Slee, Mark and Van Pesch, Vincent and Savino, Aldo and Lechner‐Scott, Jeannette and Grammond, Pierre and Singhal, Bhim and Zwanikken, Cees and Fiol, Marcela and Patrucco, Liliana and Paine, Mark and McCombefrom, Pamela and Grand'Maison, Francois and Italian iMedWeb Registry & MSBase
Annals of Neurology, ISSN 0364-5134, 05/2017, Volume 81, Issue 5, pp. 729 - 739
Objective To assess prognostic factors for a second clinical attack and a first disability‐worsening event in pediatric clinically isolated syndrome (pCIS)... 
RELAPSE | ONSET MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS | MS | ADOLESCENTS | NATURAL-HISTORY | CHILDHOOD | NEUROSCIENCES | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | DISABILITY PROGRESSION | CHILDREN | FEATURES | AGE | Pediatrics | Spinal cord | Multiple sclerosis | Brain stem | Optic neuritis | Data processing | Amalgamation | Exposure | Regression analysis | Risk analysis | Patients | Risk factors | Incidence | Confidence intervals | Medical prognosis | Neuritis
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by Kapoor, Raju and Ho, Pei-Ran and Campbell, Nolan and Chang, Ih and Deykin, Aaron and Forrestal, Fiona and Lucas, Nisha and Yu, Bei and Arnold, Douglas L and Freedman, Steven and Freedman, Mark and Freedman, Mark S and Goldman, Myla D and Goldman, Myla and Hartung, Hans-Peter and Havrdová, Eva Kubala and Jeffery, Douglas and Miller, Tamara and Miller, Aaron and Sellebjerg, Finn and Cadavid, Diego and Mikol, Dan and Steiner, Deborah and Bartholomé, Emmanuel and D'Hooghe, Marie and Pandolfo, Massimo and Van Wijmeersch, Bart and Bhan, Virender and Blevins, Gregg and Brunet, Donald and Devonshire, Virginia and Duquette, Pierre and Grand'Maison, François and Jacques, François and Lapierre, Yves and Lee, Martin and Lee, Liesly and Morrow, Sarah and Yeung, Michael and Dufek, Michal and Kanovsky, Petr and Stetkarova, Ivana and Talabova, Marika and Frederiksen, Jette and Kant, Matthias and Petersen, Thor and Ravnborg, Mads and Airas, Laura and Elovaara, Irina and Eralinna, Juha-Pekka and Sarasoja, Taneli and Al Khedr, Abdullatif and Brassat, David and Brochet, Bruno and Camu, William and Debouverie, Marc and Laplaud, David and Lebrun Frenay, Christine and Pelletier, Jean and Vermersch, Patrick and Vukusi, Sandra and Baum, Karl and Berthele, Achim and Faiss, Juergen and Flachenecker, Peter and Hohlfeld, Reinhard and Krumbholz, Markus and Lassek, Christoph and Maeurer, Mathias and Meuth, Sven and Ziemssen, Tjalf and Hardiman, Orla and McGuigan, Christopher and Achiron, Anat and Karussis, Dimitrios and Bergamaschi, Roberto and Morra, Vincenzo Brescia and Comi, Giancarlo and Cottone, Salvatore and Grimaldi, Luigi and Mancardi, Giovanni Luigi and Massacesi, Luca and Nocentini, Ugo and Salvetti, Marco and Scarpini, Elio and Sola, Patrizia and Tedeschi, Gioacchino and Trojano, Maria and Zaffaroni, Mauro and Frequin, Stephan and Hupperts, Raymond and Killestein, Joep and Schrijver, Hans and Van Dijl, Ronald and van Munster, Erik and Czarnecki, Maciej and Drozdowski, Wieslaw and Fryze, Waldemar and Hertmanowska, Hanka and Ilkowski, Jan and ... and Investigators, A and ASCEND investigators
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 05/2018, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp. 405 - 415
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World Journal of Surgery, ISSN 0364-2313, 11/2017, Volume 41, Issue 11, pp. 2906 - 2911
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Therapeutic Advances in Neurological Disorders, ISSN 1756-2856, 01/2019, Volume 12, p. 1756286418819074
Oxidative stress is a driver of multiple sclerosis (MS) pathology. We evaluated the effect of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) on laboratory markers of oxidative stress... 
antioxidant | coenzyme Q10 | inflammation | multiple sclerosis | oxidative stress
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