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.
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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