Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis

Mori F, Kusayanagi H, Monteleone F, Moscatelli A, Nicoletti CG, Bernardi G, Centonze D (2013)
Brain Stimulation 6(1): 67-71.

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Mori F, Kusayanagi H, Monteleone F, et al. Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis. Brain Stimulation. 2013;6(1):67-71.
Mori, F., Kusayanagi, H., Monteleone, F., Moscatelli, A., Nicoletti, C. G., Bernardi, G., & Centonze, D. (2013). Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis. Brain Stimulation, 6(1), 67-71. doi:10.1016/j.brs.2012.02.001
Mori, F., Kusayanagi, H., Monteleone, F., Moscatelli, A., Nicoletti, C. G., Bernardi, G., and Centonze, D. (2013). Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis. Brain Stimulation 6, 67-71.
Mori, F., et al., 2013. Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis. Brain Stimulation, 6(1), p 67-71.
F. Mori, et al., “Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis”, Brain Stimulation, vol. 6, 2013, pp. 67-71.
Mori, F., Kusayanagi, H., Monteleone, F., Moscatelli, A., Nicoletti, C.G., Bernardi, G., Centonze, D.: Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis. Brain Stimulation. 6, 67-71 (2013).
Mori, Francesco, Kusayanagi, Hajime, Monteleone, Fabrizia, Moscatelli, Alessandro, Nicoletti, Carolina G., Bernardi, Giorgio, and Centonze, Diego. “Short interval intracortical facilitation correlates with the degree of disability in multiple sclerosis”. Brain Stimulation 6.1 (2013): 67-71.

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