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A multi-shell multi-tissue diffusion study of brain connectivity in early multiple sclerosis

Tur Gomez, C; Grussu, F; Prados Carrasco, F; Charalambous, T; Collorone, S; Kanber, B; Cawley, N; ... Ciccarelli, O; + view all (2019) A multi-shell multi-tissue diffusion study of brain connectivity in early multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis (In press).

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Title: A multi-shell multi-tissue diffusion study of brain connectivity in early multiple sclerosis
Language: English
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