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Anakinra for the inflammatory complications of chronic granulomatous disease
Issue: February 2011, Volume: 69, Number: 2

F.L. van de Veerdonk, M.G. Netea, C.A. Dinarello, J.W.M. van der Meer
Chronic yersiniosis due to defects in the TLR5 and NOD2 recognition pathways
Issue: October 2010, Volume: 68, Number: 10

M.G. Netea, F. van der Leij, J.P.H. Drenth, L.A.B. Joosten, R. te Morsche, P. Verweij, D. de Jong, B-J. Kullberg, J.W.M. van der Meer
Defective interferon-gamma production in patients with hairy cell leukaemia
Issue: September 2008, Volume: 66, Number: 8

M.G. Netea, O. Hoitink, B.J. Kullberg, J.W.M. van der Meer, R. Raymakers
The Asp299Gly Toll-like receptor 4 polymorphism in advanced aortic atherosclerosis
Issue: June 2007, Volume: 65, Number: 6

M.J. Hommels, A.A. Kroon, M.G. Netea, P.W. de Leeuw, C.A. Bruggeman, T. Leiner, D.A. Koster, A.F.H. Stalenhoef, A.J.A.M. van der Ven
Prevalence and clinical characteristics of insulin-treated, anti-GAD-positive, type 2 diabetic subjects in an outpatient clinical department of a Dutch teaching hospital
Issue: April 2006, Volume: 64, Number: 4

T.E.H. Römkens, G.C.M. Kusters, M.G. Netea, P.M. Netten
NOD2 3020insC mutation and the pathogenesis of Crohn’s disease: impaired IL-1β production points to a loss-of-function phenotype
Issue: September 2005, Volume: 63, Number: 8

M.G. Netea, G. Ferwerda, D.J. de Jong, S.E. Girardin, B.J. Kullberg, J.W.M. van der Meer
Side effects of anticytokine strategies
Issue: March 2005, Volume: 63, Number: 3

J.W.M. van der Meer, C. Popa, M.G. Netea
Candida-specific interferon-ã deficiency and Toll-like receptor polymorphisms in patients with chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis
Issue: November 2003, Volume: 61, Number: 11

C.A.A. van der Graaf, M.G. Netea, J.P.H. Drenth, R.H. te Morsche, J.W.M. van der Meer, B.J. Kullberg
Hypothesis: normalisation of cytokine dysbalance explains the favourable effects of strict glucose regulation in the critically ill
Issue: May 2004, Volume: 62, Number: 5

P. Pickkers, A. Hoedemaekers, M.G. Netea, B.E. de Galan, P. Smits, J.G. van der Hoeven, M. van Deuren