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Investigation of Friedreichs Ataxia via Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) - patients

The University of Melbourne
Professor Gary Egan (Owned by)
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Functional and structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging is used to investigate Friedreich Ataxia. This project maintains the disease cohort.

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Melbourne Health Human Research Ethics Committee, ethics-id: 2007.027
Number of Subjects: 2
Number of Studies: 2
Number of Datasets: 79
Size of Content: 2559301120 bytes

Subject Details:
type: 2 animal
species: 2 human
gender: 1 female, 1 male

Data time period: 2007-01-17 to 2007-02-08

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