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The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 12/2017, Volume 16, Issue 12, pp. 976 - 986
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by van Schaik, Ivo N and van Schaik, I.N and Bril, V and Bril, Vera and van Geloven, Nan and Hartung, Hans-Peter and Lewis, Richard A and Sobue, Gen and Lawo, John-Philip and Praus, Michaela and Mielke, Orell and Durn, Billie L and Cornblath, David R and Merkies, Ingemar S J and Sabet, A and George, K and Roberts, L and Carne, R and Blum, S and Henderson, R and Van Damme, P and Demeestere, J and Larue, S and D'Amour, C and Breiner, A and Kunc, P and Valis, M and Sussova, J and Kalous, T and Talab, R and Bednar, M and Toomsoo, T and Rubanovits, I and Gross-Paju, K and Sorro, U and Saarela, M and Auranen, M and Pouget, J and Attarian, S and Le Masson, G and Wielanek-Bachelet, A and Desnuelle, C and Delmont, E and Clavelou, P and Aufauvre, D and Schmidt, J and Zschuentssch, J and Sommer, C and Kramer, D and Hoffmann, O and Goerlitz, C and Haas, J and Chatzopoulos, M and Yoon, R and Gold, R and Berlit, P and Jaspert-Grehl, A and Liebetanz, D and Kutschenko, A and Stangel, M and Trebst, C and Baum, P and Bergh, F and Klehmet, J and Meisel, A and Klostermann, F and Oechtering, J and Lehmann, H and Schroeter, M and Hagenacker, T and Mueller, D and Sperfeld, A and Bethke, F and Drory, V and Algom, A and Yarnitsky, D and Murinson, B and Di Muzio, A and Ciccocioppo, F and Sorbi, S and Mata, S and Schenone, A and Grandis, M and Lauria, G and Cazzato, D and Antonini, G and Morino, S and Cocito, D and Zibetti, M and Yokota, T and Ohkubo, T and Kanda, T and Kawai, M and Kaida, K and Onoue, H and Kuwabara, S and Mori, M and Iijima, M and Ohyama, K and Baba, M and ... and PATH Study Grp and PATH study group
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 01/2018, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 35 - 46
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by Mitrovič, Mitja and Patsopoulos, Nikolaos A and Beecham, Ashley H and Dankowski, Theresa and Goris, An and Dubois, Bénédicte and D’hooghe, Marie B and Lemmens, Robin and Van Damme, Philip and Søndergaard, Helle Bach and Sellebjerg, Finn and Sorensen, Per Soelberg and Ullum, Henrik and Thørner, Lise W and Werge, Thomas and Saarela, Janna and Cournu-Rebeix, Isabelle and Damotte, Vincent and Fontaine, Bertrand and Guillot-Noel, Lena and Lathrop, Mark and Vukusik, Sandra and Gourraud, Pierre-Antoine and Andlauer, Till F.M and Pongratz, Viola and Buck, Dorothea and Gasperi, Christiane and Bayas, Antonios and Heesen, Christoph and Kümpfel, Tania and Linker, Ralf and Paul, Friedemann and Stangel, Martin and Tackenberg, Björn and Bergh, Florian Then and Warnke, Clemens and Wiendl, Heinz and Wildemann, Brigitte and Zettl, Uwe and Ziemann, Ulf and Tumani, Hayrettin and Gold, Ralf and Grummel, Verena and Hemmer, Bernhard and Knier, Benjamin and Lill, Christina M and Luessi, Felix and Dardiotis, Efthimios and Agliardi, Cristina and Barizzone, Nadia and Mascia, Elisabetta and Bernardinelli, Luisa and Comi, Giancarlo and Comi, Cristoforo and Cusi, Daniele and Esposito, Federica and Ferrè, Laura and Galimberti, Daniela and Leone, Maurizio A and Sorosina, Melissa and Mescheriakova, Julia and Hintzen, Rogier and van Duijn, Cornelia and Teunissen, Charlotte E and Bos, Steffan D and Myhr, Kjell-Morten and Celius, Elisabeth G and Lie, Benedicte A and Spurkland, Anne and Comabella, Manuel and Montalban, Xavier and Alfredsson, Lars and Stridh, Pernilla and Hillert, Jan and Jagodic, Maja and Piehl, Fredrik and Jelčić, Ilijas and Martin, Roland and Sospedra, Mireia and Ban, Maria and Hawkins, Clive and Hysi, Pirro and Kalra, Seema and Karpe, Fredrik and Khadake, Jyoti and Lachance, Genevieve and Neville, Matthew and Santaniello, Adam and Caillier, Stacy J and Calabresi, Peter A and Cree, Bruce A.C and Cross, Anne and Davis, Mary F and Haines, Jonathan L and de Bakker, Paul I.W and Delgado, Silvia and Dembele, Marieme and Edwards, Keith and Fitzgerald, Kathryn C and Hakonarson, Hakon and ... and Int Multiple Sclerosis Genetics and International Multiple Sclerosis Genetics Consortium. Electronic address: chris.cotsapas@yale.edu and International Multiple Sclerosis Genetics Consortium
Cell, ISSN 0092-8674, 11/2018, Volume 175, Issue 6, pp. 1679 - 1687.e7
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Journal of Neurology, ISSN 0340-5354, 10/2008, Volume 255, Issue 10, pp. 1449 - 1463
This review updates and extends earlier Consensus Reports related to current basic and escalating immunomodulatory treatments in multiple sclerosis (MS). The... 
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Multiple Sclerosis, ISSN 1352-4585, 2015, Volume 21, Issue 8, pp. 1036 - 1044
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