Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis by oral administration of bovine tracheal type II collagen

@article{Ausar2001TreatmentOR,
  title={Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis by oral administration of bovine tracheal type II collagen},
  author={Salvador Fernando Ausar and D. Beltramo and Leonardo F. Castagna and S. Quintana and E. Silvera and Galia I. Kalayan and M{\'o}nica Revigliono and Carlos Landa and Ismael Bianco},
  journal={Rheumatology International},
  year={2001},
  volume={20},
  pages={138-144}
}
Abstract. We evaluated the efficacy and safety of orally administered bovine tracheal type II collagen (CGII) in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Twenty RA patients received 0.5 mg/day of CGII for 12 weeks. Eighteen of them had improvements in the clinical parameters studied (swollen and tender joint counts, 15-m walking time, duration of morning stiffness, and physician's global assessment of disease activity). Anti-CGII antibodies were positive in 57% and rheumatoid factor (RF) in… Expand
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