Mapping of thalamic magnetic susceptibility in multiple sclerosis indicates decreasing iron with disease duration: A proposed mechanistic relationship between inflammation and oligodendrocyte vitality


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F. Schweser, Ana Luiza Raffaini Duarte Martins, J. Hagemeier, F. Lin, Jannis Hanspach, B. Weinstock-Guttman, S. Hametner, N. Bergsland, M. Dwyer, R. Zivadinov
NeuroImage, 2018

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Schweser, F., Martins, A. L. R. D., Hagemeier, J., Lin, F., Hanspach, J., Weinstock-Guttman, B., … Zivadinov, R. (2018). Mapping of thalamic magnetic susceptibility in multiple sclerosis indicates decreasing iron with disease duration: A proposed mechanistic relationship between inflammation and oligodendrocyte vitality. NeuroImage.

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Schweser, F., Ana Luiza Raffaini Duarte Martins, J. Hagemeier, F. Lin, Jannis Hanspach, B. Weinstock-Guttman, S. Hametner, N. Bergsland, M. Dwyer, and R. Zivadinov. “Mapping of Thalamic Magnetic Susceptibility in Multiple Sclerosis Indicates Decreasing Iron with Disease Duration: A Proposed Mechanistic Relationship between Inflammation and Oligodendrocyte Vitality.” NeuroImage (2018).

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Schweser, F., et al. “Mapping of Thalamic Magnetic Susceptibility in Multiple Sclerosis Indicates Decreasing Iron with Disease Duration: A Proposed Mechanistic Relationship between Inflammation and Oligodendrocyte Vitality.” NeuroImage, 2018.