Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity

Ilg W, Fleszar Z, Schatton C, Hengel H, Harmuth F, Bauer P, Timmann D, Giese M, Schöls L, Synofzik M (2016)
Movement Disorders 31(12): 1891-1900.

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Ilg W, Fleszar Z, Schatton C, et al. Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity. Movement Disorders. 2016;31(12):1891-1900.
Ilg, W., Fleszar, Z., Schatton, C., Hengel, H., Harmuth, F., Bauer, P., Timmann, D., et al. (2016). Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity. Movement Disorders, 31(12), 1891-1900. doi:10.1002/mds.26835
Ilg, W., Fleszar, Z., Schatton, C., Hengel, H., Harmuth, F., Bauer, P., Timmann, D., Giese, M., Schöls, L., and Synofzik, M. (2016). Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity. Movement Disorders 31, 1891-1900.
Ilg, W., et al., 2016. Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity. Movement Disorders, 31(12), p 1891-1900.
W. Ilg, et al., “Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity”, Movement Disorders, vol. 31, 2016, pp. 1891-1900.
Ilg, W., Fleszar, Z., Schatton, C., Hengel, H., Harmuth, F., Bauer, P., Timmann, D., Giese, M., Schöls, L., Synofzik, M.: Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity. Movement Disorders. 31, 1891-1900 (2016).
Ilg, W, Fleszar, Z, Schatton, C, Hengel, H, Harmuth, F, Bauer, P, Timmann, D, Giese, M, Schöls, L, and Synofzik, M. “Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity”. Movement Disorders 31.12 (2016): 1891-1900.
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