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Stewart, T and Spelman, T and Havrdova, E and Horakova, D and Trojano, M and Izquierdo, G and Duquette, P and Girard, M and Prat, A and Lugaresi, A and Grand'Maison, F and Grammond, P and Sola, P and Shaygannejad, V and Hupperts, R and Alroughani, R and Oreja-Guevara, C and Pucci, E and Boz, C and Lechner-Scott, J and Bergamaschi, R and Van Pesch, V and Iuliano, G and Ramo, C and Taylor, B and Slee, M and Spitaleri, D and Granella, F and Verheul, F and McCombe, P and Hodgkinson, S and Amato, MP and Vucic, S and Gray, O and Cristiano, E and Barnett, M and Sanchez Menoyo, JL and van Munster, E and Saladino, ML and Olascoaga, J and Prevost, J and Deri, N and Shaw, C and Singhal, B and Moore, F and Rozsa, C and Shuey, N and Skibina, O and Kister, I and Petkovska-Boskova, T and Ampapa, R and Kermode, A and Butzkueven, H and Jokubaitis, V and Kalincik, T, on behalf of the MSBase Study Group, “Contribution of different relapse phenotypes to disability in multiple sclerosis”, Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 23 (2) pp. 266-276. ISSN 1352-4585 (2017) [Refereed Article]
Data TypeValue
Online First2016
Type of ResearchApplied Research
Research DivisionBiomedical and Clinical Sciences
Research GroupNeurosciences
Research FieldCentral nervous system
Research Objective DivisionHealth
Research Objective GroupClinical health
Research Objective FieldClinical health not elsewhere classified
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Digital Object Identifierdoi:10.1177/1352458516643392
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