We are pleased to report the first publication related to SPiQE in Clinical Neurophysiology (July 2019 edition). It is entitled ‘SPiQE: An automated analytical tool for detecting and characterising fasciculations in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis’. You can access it here as an Open Access article.
A follow-up article, entitled ‘Preprocessing surface EMG data removes voluntary muscle activity and enhances SPiQE fasciculation analysis’, became available in November 2019. You can access is here as an Open Access article.
Most recently, we have published several papers focusing on specific clinical questions in ALS. All are available as Open Access articles:
SPiQE was also used to assess fasciculation counts in the description of two cases with benign fasciculation syndrome. You can access it here.