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Post-mortem multiple sclerosis lesion pathology is influenced by single nucleotide polymorphisms

Fransen, N., Crusius, J. B. A., Smolders, J., Mizee, M. R., van Eden, C. G., Luchetti, S., Remmerswaal, E. B. M., Hamann, J., Mason, M. R. J. & Huitinga, I., 02 Jan 2020, In : Brain Pathology. 30, p. 106-119

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    Tissue-resident memory T cells invade the brain parenchyma in multiple sclerosis white matter lesions

    Fransen, N. L., Hsiao, C-C., van der Poel, M., Engelenburg, H. J., Verdaasdonk, K., Vincenten, M. C. J., Remmerswaal, E. B. M., Kuhlmann, T., Mason, M. R. J., Hamann, J., Smolders, J. & Huitinga, I., 13 May 2020, In : Brain.

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    Local inflammatory cells are characteristic for advanced multiple sclerosis

    Nina Fransen, J Smolders & I. Huitinga

    14/05/202019/05/2020

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