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1-May-2013IL-6 receptor antagonist as adjunctive therapy with clotting factor replacement to protect against bleeding-induced arthropathy in hemophiliaN. Narkbunnam; J. Sun; G. Hu; F. C. Lin; T. A. Bateman; M. Mihara; P. E. Monahan; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Mahidol University; Chugai Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.
1-Mar-2012Neutralizing antibodies against adeno-associated virus examined prospectively in pediatric patients with hemophiliaC. Li; N. Narkbunnam; R. J. Samulski; A. Asokan; G. Hu; L. J. Jacobson; M. J. Manco-Johnson; P. E. Monahan; Marilyn J. Manco-Johnson; Brenda Riske; Ray Kilcoyne; Michael L. Manco-Johnson; Sharon Funk; Linda Jacobson; J. David Ingram; Thomas C. Abshire; Amy D. Shapiro; Michele R. Hacker; Leonard A. Valentino; W. Keith Hoots; Deborah Brown; George R. Buchanan; Donna DiMichele; Michael Recht; Cindy Leissinger; Shirley Bleak; Alan Cohen; Prasad Mathew; Alison Matsunaga; Desiree Medeiros; Diane Nugent; Gregory A. Thomas; Alexis A. Thompson; Kevin McRedmond; J. Michael Soucie; Harlan Austin; Bruce L. Evatt; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Mahidol University; University of Colorado School of Medicine; University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; Emory University; Blood Center of Milwaukee; Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center; Harvard Medical School; Rush University Medical Center; University of Texas System; University of Southwestern Medical Center; Weill Cornell Medical College; Phoenix Children's Hospital; Tulane University; Primary Children's Medical Center; University of Pennsylvania; University of New Mexico; UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland; University of Hawaii at Manoa; CHOC Children`s UC Irvine School of Medicine; Oregon Health and Science University; Northwestern University; Palmetto Health Richland; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention