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J Neurol Sci. 2010 May 15;292(1-2):28-35. doi: 10.1016/j.jns.2010.02.012. Epub 2010 Mar 16.

Natalizumab plus interferon beta-1a reduces lesion formation in relapsing multiple sclerosis.

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Fazekas F, Enzinger C, Seifert T, Storch M, Strasser-Fuchs S, Berger T, Dilitz E, Egg R, Deisenhammer F, Decoo D, Lampaert J, Bartholome E, Bier J, Stenager E, Rasmussen M, Binzer M, Shorsh K, Christensen M, Ravnborg M, Soelberg Sørensen P, Sørensen M, Blinkenberg M, Petersen B, Hansen HJ, Bech E, Petersen T, Kirkegaard M, Eralinna J, Ruutiainen J, Soilu-Hänninen M, Säkö E, Laaksonen M, Reunanen M, Remes A, Keskinarkaus I, Moreau T, Noblet M, Rouaud O, Couvreur G, Edan G, LePage E, Drapier S, De Burghgraeve V, Yaouanq J, Merienne M, Cahagne V, Gout O, Deschamps R, Le Canuet P, Moulignier A, Vermersch P, De Seze J, Stojkovic T, Griffié G, Engles, Ferriby D, Debouverie M, Pittion-Vouyouvitch S, Lacour JC, Pelletier J, Feuillet L, Suchet L, Dalecky A, Tammam D, Lubetzki C, Youssov K, Mrejen S, Charles P, Yaici S, Clavelou P, Aufauvre D, Renouil-Guy N, Cesaro P, Degos F, Benisty S, Rumbach L, Decavel P, Confavreux C, Blanc S, Aubertin P, Riche G, Brochet B, Ouallet JC, Anne O, Menck S, Grupe, Guttman, Lensch E, Fucik E, Heitmann S, Hartung HP, Schröter M, Kurz FM, Heidenreich F, Trebst C, Pul R, Hohlfeld R, Krumbholz M, Pellkofer H, Haas J, Segert A, Meyer R, Anagnostou P, Kabus C, Poehlau D, Schneider K, Hoffmann V, Zettl U, Steinhagen V, Adler S, Steinbrecher A, Rothenfusser-Körber E, Zellner, Kaum K, Günther A, Bläsing H, Stoll G, Gold R, Bayas A, Kleinschnitz C, Limmroth V, Katsarava Z, Kastrup O, Haller P, Stoeve S, Höbel D, Oschmann P, Voigt K, Burger CV, Abramsky O, Karusiss D, Achiron A, Kishner I, Stern Y, Sarove-Pinhas I, Dolev M, Magalashvili D, Pozzili C, Lenzi D, Scontrini A, Millefiorini E, Buttinelli C, Gallo P, Ranzato F, Tiberio M, Perini P, Laroni A, Marrosu M, Cocco E, Marchi P, Spinicci G, Massole S, Mascia M, Floris G, Trojano M, Bellacosa A, Paolicelli D, Bosco Zimatore G, Simone IL, Giorelli M, Di Monte E, Mancardi G, Pizzorno M, Murialdo A, Narciso E, Capello A, Comi G, Martinelli V, Rodegher M, Esposito F, Colombo B, Rossi P, Polman CH, Jasperse MM, Zwemmer JN, Nielsen J, Kragt JJ, Jongen PJ, De Smet E, Tacken H, Frequin ST, Siegers HP, Mauser HW, Fernandez-Fernandez O, León A, Romero F, Alonso A, Tamayo J, Montalban X, Nos C, Pelayo R, Tellez N, Rio J, Tintore M, Arbizu T, Romero L, Moral E, Martinez S, Kappos L, Achtnichts L, Wilmes S, Karabudak R, Kurne A, Erdem S, Siva A, Saip S, Altintas A, Atamer A, Eraksoy M, Bilgili F, Topcular B, Giovannoni G, Lim ET, Lava N, Murnane M, Dentinger M, Zimmerman E, Reiss M, Gupta V, Scott T, Brillman J, Kunschner L, Wright D, Perel A, Babu A, Rivera V, Killian J, Hutton G, Lai E, Picone M, Cadivid D, Kamin S, Shanawani M, Gauthier S, Morgan A, Buckle G, Margolin D, Weinstock-Guttman B, Kwen PL, Garg N, Munschauer F, Khatri B, Bassouli M, Saxena V, Ahmed A, Turner A, Fox E, Couch C, Tyler R, Horvit A, Fodor P, Humphries S, Wynn D, Nagar C, O'Brien D, Allen N, Turel A, Friedenberg S, Carlson J, Hosey J, Crayton H, Richert J, Tornatore C, Sirdofsky M, Greenstein J, Shpigel Y, Mandel S, Adbelhak T, Schmerler M, Zadikoff C, Rorick M, Reed R, Elias S, Feit H, Angus E, Sripathi N, Herbert J, Kiprovski K, Qu X, Del Bene M, Mattson D, Hingtgen C, Fleck J, Horak H, Javerbaum J, Elmore R, Garcia E, Tasch E, Gruener G, Celesia G, Chawla J, Miller A, Drexler E, Keilson M, Wolintz R, Drasby E, Muscat P, Belden J, Sullivan R, Cohen J, Stone L, Marrie RA, Fox R, Hughes B, Babikian P, Jacoby M, Doro J, Puricelli M, Rossman H, Boudoris W, Belkin M, Pierce R, Eggenberger E, Birbeck G, Martin J, Kaufman D, Stuart W, English JB, Stuart DS, Gilbert RW, Kaufman M, Putman S, Diedrich A, Follmer R, Pelletier D, Waubant E, Cree B, Genain C, Goodin D, Guarnaccia J, Patwa H, Rizo M, Kitaj M, Blevins J, Smith T, McGee F, Honeycutt W, Brown M, Isa A, Nieves-Quinones D, Krupp L, Smiroldo J, Zarif M, Perkins C, Summer A, Fisher A, Gutierrez, Jacoby R, Svoboda S, Dorn D, Groeschel A, Steingo B, Kishner R, Cohen B, Melen O, Simuni T, Zee P, Cohan S, Yerby M, Hendin B, Levine T, Tamm H, Travis LH, Freedman SM, Tim R, Ferrell W, Stefoski D, Stevens S, Katsamakis G, Topel J, Ko M, Gelber D, Fortin C, Green B, Logan W, Carpenter D, Temple L, Sadiq S, Sylvester A, Sim G, Mihai C, Vertino M, Jubelt B, Mejico L, Phillips JT, Martin A, Heitzman D, Greenfield CF, Riskind P, Cabo A, Paskavitz J, Moonis M, Bashir K, Brockington J, Nicholas A, Slaughter R, Archer R, Harik S, Haddad N, Pippenger MA, Van den Noort S, Thai G, Olek M, Demetriou M, Shin R, Calabresi P, Rus H, Bever C, Johnson K, Sheremata W, Delgado S, Sherbert R, Herndon R, Uschmann H, Chandler A, Markowitz C, Jacobs D, Balcer L, Mitchell G, Chakravorty S, Heyman R, Stauber Z, Goodman A, Segal B, Schwid S, Samkoff L, Levin M, Jacewicz M, Menkes D, Pulsinelli W, Frohman E, Racke M, Hawker K, Ulrich R, Panitch H, Hamil R, Tandon R, Dulaney E, Simnad V, Miller J, Wooten GF, Harrison M, Bowen WA, Doherty M, Wundes A, Garden GA, Distad J, Kachuck N, Berkovich R, Burnett M, Sahai S, Bandari D, Weiner L, Storey JR, Beesley B, Hart D, Moses H, Sriram S, Fang J, O'Duffy A, Kita WA, Taylor L, Elliott M, Roberts J, Jeffery D, Maxwell S, Lefkowitz D, Kumar S, Sinclair M, Lublin F, Antel J, Furie R, Murray R, Ware J.

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Medical Image Analysis Center, University Hospital Basel, Schanzenstrasse 55, 1st Floor, CH 4031, Basel, Switzerland. eradue@uhbs.ch

Abstract

The SENTINEL study showed that the addition of natalizumab improved outcomes for patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) who had experienced disease activity while receiving interferon beta-1a (IFNbeta-1a) alone. Previously unreported secondary and tertiary magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measures are presented here. Patients received natalizumab 300 mg (n=589) or placebo (n=582) intravenously every 4 weeks plus IFNbeta-1a 30 microg intramuscularly once weekly. Annual MRI scans allowed comparison of a range of MRI end points versus baseline. Over 2 years, 67% of patients receiving natalizumab plus IFNbeta-1a remained free of new or enlarging T2-lesions compared with 30% of patients receiving IFNbeta-1a alone. The mean change from baseline in T2 lesion volume over 2 years decreased in patients receiving natalizumab plus IFNbeta-1a and increased in those receiving IFNbeta-1a alone (-277.5mm(3) versus 525.6mm(3); p<0.001). Compared with IFNbeta-1a alone, add-on natalizumab therapy resulted in a smaller increase in mean T1-hypointense lesion volume after 2 years (1821.3mm(3) versus 2210.5mm(3); p<0.001), a smaller mean number of new T1-hypointense lesions over 2 years (2.3 versus 4.1; p<0.001), and a slower rate of brain atrophy during the second year of therapy (-0.31% versus -0.40%; p=0.020). Natalizumab add-on therapy reduced gadolinium-enhancing, T1-hypointense, and T2 MRI lesion activity and slowed brain atrophy progression in patients with relapsing MS who experienced disease activity despite treatment with IFNbeta-1a alone.

PMID:
20236661
DOI:
10.1016/j.jns.2010.02.012
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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