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Lipp, Ilona, Foster, Catherine, Stickland, Rachael, Sgarlata, Eleonora, Tallantyre, Emma C., Davidson, Alison E., Robertson, Neil P., Jones, Derek K., Wise, Richard G. and Tomassini, Valentina 2020. Predictors of training-related improvement in visuomotor performance in patients with multiple sclerosis: a behavioural and MRI study. Multiple Sclerosis 10.1177/1352458520943788
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Lipp, Ilona, Jones, Derek K., Bells, Sonya, Sgarlata, Eleonora, Foster, Catherine, Stickland, Rachael, Davidson, Alison E., Tallantyre, Emma C., Robertson, Neil P., Wise, Richard C. and Tomassini, Valentina 2019. Comparing MRI metrics to quantify white matter microstructural damage in multiple sclerosis. Human Brain Mapping 40 (10) , pp. 2917-2932. 10.1002/hbm.24568
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Stickland, Rachael, Allen, Marek, Magazzini, Lorenzo, Singh, Krish D., Wise, Richard G. and Tomassini, Valentina 2019. Neurovascular coupling during visual stimulation in Multiple Sclerosis: a MEG-fMRI study. Neuroscience 403 , pp. 54-69. 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2018.03.018
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Germuska, Michael, Chandler, Hannah L., Stickland, Rachael, Foster, Catherine, Fasano, Fabrizio, Okell, T.W., Steventon, Jessica, Tomassini, Valentina, Murphy, Kevin and Wise, Richard 2019. Dual-calibrated fMRI measurement of absolute cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption and effective oxygen diffusivity. NeuroImage 184 , pp. 717-728. 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.09.035
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Stickland, Rachael 2018. Investigating neurovascular and metabolic function in healthy and Multiple Sclerosis populations using multi-modal neuroimaging (MEG and fMRI). PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Precious, S. V., Kelly, C. M., Reddington, A. E., Vinh, N. N., Stickland, R. C., Pekarik, V., Scherf, C., Jeyasingham, R., Glasbey, J., Holeiter, M., Jones, L., Taylor, M. V. and Rosser, A. E. 2016. FoxP1 marks medium spiny neurons from precursors to maturity and is required for their differentiation. Experimental Neurology 282 , pp. 9-18. 10.1016/j.expneurol.2016.05.002
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