Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial

Matura S, Fleckenstein J, Deichmann R, Engeroff T, Füzéki E, Hattingen E, Hellweg R, Lienerth B, Pilaus U, Schwarz S, Tesky V, et al. (2017)
Transl Psychiatry 7(e1172): 1-9.

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Matura S, Fleckenstein J, Deichmann R, et al. Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial. Transl Psychiatry. 2017;7(e1172):1-9.
Matura, S., Fleckenstein, J., Deichmann, R., Engeroff, T., Füzéki, E., Hattingen, E., Hellweg, R., et al. (2017). Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial. Transl Psychiatry, 7(e1172), 1-9. doi:10.1038/tp.2017.135
Matura, S., Fleckenstein, J., Deichmann, R., Engeroff, T., Füzéki, E., Hattingen, E., Hellweg, R., Lienerth, B., Pilaus, U., Schwarz, S., et al. (2017). Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial. Transl Psychiatry 7, 1-9.
Matura, S., et al., 2017. Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial. Transl Psychiatry, 7(e1172), p 1-9.
S. Matura, et al., “Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial”, Transl Psychiatry, vol. 7, 2017, pp. 1-9.
Matura, S., Fleckenstein, J., Deichmann, R., Engeroff, T., Füzéki, E., Hattingen, E., Hellweg, R., Lienerth, B., Pilaus, U., Schwarz, S., Tesky, V., Vogt, L., Banzer, W., Pantel, J.: Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial. Transl Psychiatry. 7, 1-9 (2017).
Matura, Silke, Fleckenstein, Johannes, Deichmann, Ralf, Engeroff, Tobias, Füzéki, Eszter, Hattingen, Elke, Hellweg, Rainer, Lienerth, Bianca, Pilaus, Ulrich, Schwarz, Sina, Tesky, Valentina, Vogt, Lutz, Banzer, Winfried, and Pantel, Johannes. “Effects of aerobic exercise on brain metabolism and grey matter volume in older adults: results of the randomized controlled SMART trial”. Transl Psychiatry 7.e1172 (2017): 1-9.
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