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A: I needed the same thing for a Waves plugin that I want to ship with my product, so I spent some time looking at how I could do it. And found that the best way is to create a wrapper, with a wrapper code generator. I used the wrapper to convert the C1 Compressor ASMX VST plugins into VSTi plugins that I can distribute through my product's distribution. The ASMX plugin was updated with the AudioUnits.NET APIs so that I could take advantage of the Windows.Media.AudioProperties and System.IO.Compression.FileSystem.FileSystemClass and System.IO.Compression.ZipArchive for the C1 Compressor plugin when I ran my wrapper. Then, I went ahead and updated the COM wrapper code to convert my own C1 Compressor.dll into a VST.dll. That's it. It was pretty easy to do. I would suggest that if you need to do something like this, do it before you release your product. You can contact Support to ask for their feedback on this, and they can give you some pointers as to how to do it. EDIT: For convenience, I am also placing the C1 Compressor.dll and my wrapper code on GitHub. I don't want to advertise for myself (at least on the GitHub) so it's on GitHub now, too. Population-based dose-effect analyses of natalizumab for the prevention of clinical and radiological disease activity in multiple sclerosis: The Swiss study. In this retrospective cohort study, we assessed the population-based preventive effects of natalizumab in terms of reducing the risk of clinical and radiological relapse in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the Swiss patient population. The study population was derived from two previously established MS registries; the Swiss Clinical Trial Registry and the Swiss Multiple Sclerosis Database (MSBase). We compared natalizumab-treated with treatment-naive MS patients using Kaplan-Meier survival analysis. The cumulative incidences for a clinical relapse were compared using the Gray's test for equal proportions, and for a MRI-detected relapse, the Gray's test for increasing proportions was used. We analysed data from 363 patients (182 natalizumab, 181 treatment-naive). After a median follow-up of 27 months (IQR 13-42), the proportion of patients with an MRI-detected relapse was 10% higher in treatment-

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