Treatment of myasthenia gravis with anti-CD4 antibody: improvement correlates to decreased T-cell autoreactivity.


We treated a patient with severe myasthenia gravis with a chimeric (murine/human) anti-CD4 monoclonal antibody (cM-T412) for 7 days and followed the therapeutic effect by standardized muscle function tests, single-fiber electromyography, and immunologic examinations of disease-specific B- and T-cell functions. Clinical and electrophysiologic improvement… (More)


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