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1. Cerebral atrophy as outcome measure in short-term phase 2 clinical trials in multiple sclerosis

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2. Gangliosides and autoimmune neuropathies: classification and clinical aspects of autoimmune neuropathies.

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3. Gangliosides and autoimmune neuropathies: classification and clinical aspects of autoimmune neuropathies.


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4. Betaferon in Early Relappsing-remitting MS surveillance trial (BEST):Interim 2- and 4-year data


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5. Natalizumab: targeting alpha4-integrins in multiple sclerosis

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6. A dubious therapy for patients with multiple sclerosis

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7. Is natalizumab overshooting its rebound?

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8. Diastolic mitral annular motion: assessment of left ventricular filling


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9. Atrioventricular plane displacement during low dose dobutamine infusion predicts recovery of left ventricular dyssynergies

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10. Neutralising antibodies to interferon ß during the treatment of multiple sclerosis

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