An International Perspective on Preceding Infections in Guillain-Barré Syndrome: The IGOS-1000 Cohort

Sonja E. Leonhard, Annemiek A. Van Der Eijk, the IGOS Consortium, Henning Andersen, Giovanni Antonini, Samuel Arends, Shahram Attarian, Fabio A. Barroso, Kathleen J. Bateman, Manou R. Batstra, Luana Benedetti, Bianca Van Den Berg, Peter Van Den Bergh, Jan Bürmann, Mark Busby, Carlos Casasnovas, David R. Cornblath, Amy Davidson, Alex Y. Doets, Pieter A. Van DoornCharlotte Dornonville De La Cour, Thomas E. Feasby, Janev Fehmi, Tania Garcia-Sobrino, Jonathan M. Goldstein, Kenneth C. Gorson, Volkan Granit, Robert D.M. Hadden, Thomas Harbo, Hans Peter Hartung, Imran Hasan, Jakob V. Holbech, James K.L. Holt, Israt Jahan, Zhahirul Islam, Summer Karafiath, Hans D. Katzberg, Ruud P. Kleyweg, Noah Kolb, Krista Kuitwaard, Motoi Kuwahara, Susumu Kusunoki, Linda W.G. Luijten, Satoshi Kuwabara, Wouter Van Rijs, Joyce Roodbol, Anne P. Tio-Gillen, Christine Verboon, Frederique H. Vermeij, Ruth Huizinga, Bart C. Jacobs*

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