INCREASED EXPRESSION OF T-CELL-ASSOCIATED GENES IN BASELINE BIOPSIES FROM TNF ANTAGONIST NAIVE PATIENTS WITH MODERATELY TO SEVERELY ACTIVE ULCERATIVE COLITIS WHO UNDERGO REMISSION IN RESPONSE TO ETROLIZUMAB IN A PHASE II TRIAL

Gaik Tew  1     Jason Hackney  2     Deena Gibbons  3     Christopher Andrew Lamb  4     Diana Luca  5     Jackson Egen     Severine Vermeire     John Charles Mansfield     Brian G. Feagan     Julian PanĂ©s     Daniel C. Baumgart     Stefan Schreiber     Iris Dotan     William Sandborn     John A. Kirby     Peter Irving     Gert De Hertogh     Gert Van Assche     Paul Rutgeerts     Sharon O'B    
1 Genentech Research And Early Development, South San Francisco, United States
2 Genentech Research And Early Development, San Francisco, Ca, United States
3 King's College London, London, United Kingdom
4 University Of Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
5 Genentech Research And Early Development, South San Francisco, United Sta

Conference
UEG Week 2014

Citation
United European Gastroenterology Journal; 2014: 2 (Supplement 1)


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