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SICLARI, Francesca, Ramin KHATAMI, Frank URBANIOK, Lino NOBILI, Mark W. MAHOWALD, Carlos H. SCHENCK, Michel A. CRAMER BORNEMANN, Claudio L. BASSETTI, 2010. Violence in sleep. In: Brain : A Journal of Neurology. 133(12), pp. 3494-3509. ISSN 0006-8950. eISSN 1460-2156. Available under: doi: 10.1093/brain/awq296

@article{Siclari2010-12-01Viole-38946, title={Violence in sleep}, year={2010}, doi={10.1093/brain/awq296}, number={12}, volume={133}, issn={0006-8950}, journal={Brain : A Journal of Neurology}, pages={3494--3509}, author={Siclari, Francesca and Khatami, Ramin and Urbaniok, Frank and Nobili, Lino and Mahowald, Mark W. and Schenck, Carlos H. and Cramer Bornemann, Michel A. and Bassetti, Claudio L.} }

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