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Ann Rheum Dis. Nov 1999; 58(Suppl 1): I56–I60.
PMCID: PMC1766574

Anti-tumour necrosis factor specific antibody (infliximab) treatment provides insights into the pathophysiology of rheumatoid arthritis

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Figure 1
CRP and ESR measurements in a randomised placebo controlled trial of infliximab in RA. Patients were treated on day 0 with a single, two hour infusion of either placebo (circle), 1 mg/kg infliximab (diamond) or 10 mg/kg infliximab ...
Figure 2
Effect of infliximab on circulating IL6 measurements in a randomised placebo controlled trial of infliximab in RA. Patients were treated on day 0 with a single, two hour infusion of either placebo (circle), 1 mg/kg infliximab (diamond) ...
Figure 3
Decreases in (A) serum E selectin concentration and (B) serum ICAM-1 concentration after infliximab infusion in a randomised placebo controlled trial of infliximab in RA. Patients were treated on day 0 with a single, two hour infusion of either ...
Figure 4
Changes in circulating lymphocyte counts after infliximab infusion in a randomised placebo controlled trial of infliximab in RA. Values are the median counts in placebo treated (circle) (n = 24), 1 mg/kg (diamond) (n = 23) ...
Figure 5
(A) Decrease in serum VEGF concentration after a single infusion of infliximab in a randomised placebo controlled trial of infliximab in RA. Serum VEGF levels were measured by enzyme linked immunosorbent assay in 69 patients with active RA who ...
Figure 6
MMP-1 and MMP-3 levels are decreased after infliximab treatment in a randomised placebo controlled trial of infliximab in RA. MMP-1 and MMP-3 levels were determined in serum by a double antibody sandwich ELISA in placebo (circle) (n = 21), ...

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