The seeds of parkinson's disease: Amyloid fibrils that move through brain

September 3rd, 2019 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

Researchers have found that the structure of Parkinson's disease-associated protein aggregates can tell us, for the first time, about their movement through the brain. These new findings indicate that Parkinson's disease is a kind of amyloidosis, which has implications for its diagnosis and treatment.
Source: Care Giving Science Daily

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