Metabolic dysfunctions in multiple sclerosis: implications as to causation, early detection, and treatment, a case control study

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BACKGROUND Biochemical changes associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), and its various clinical forms have not been characterized well. Therefore, we investigated the biochemistry of MS in relation to its natural history using targeted lipidomics platforms. METHODS Cross-sectional serum samples from 24 secondary progressive (SPMS), 100 relapsing… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12883-015-0411-4

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@inproceedings{Senanayake2015MetabolicDI, title={Metabolic dysfunctions in multiple sclerosis: implications as to causation, early detection, and treatment, a case control study}, author={Vijitha K. Senanayake and W. L. Jin and Asuka Mochizuki and Bassirou Chitou and Dayan B. Goodenowe}, booktitle={BMC neurology}, year={2015} }