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The frequency of CSF oligoclonal banding in multiple sclerosis increases with latitude

Bibliographic reference Lechner-Scott, J ; Spencer, B ; de Malmanche, T ; Attia, J ; Fitzgerald, M ; et. al. The frequency of CSF oligoclonal banding in multiple sclerosis increases with latitude. In: Multiple Sclerosis : clinical and laboratory research, Vol. 18, no. 7, p. 974-982 (2012)
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