Discriminative value of cardiopulmonary progressive exercise test in mitochondrial myopathy and chronic fatigue syndrome

@inproceedings{Estbanez2016DiscriminativeVO,
  title={Discriminative value of cardiopulmonary progressive exercise test in mitochondrial myopathy and chronic fatigue syndrome},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Elina Est{\'e}banez and F. Martin Garcia and F Arpa and P Mart{\'i}nez and J. F. Gomez and Alberto M. Borobia and Blas Rojo Moreno-Arrones and Francisco J Barbado},
  year={2016}
}
Discriminative value of cardiopulmonary progressive exercise test in mitochondrial myopathy and chronic fatigue syndrome 

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