Parkinson’s Neurons Form Atypical Networks

Parkinson’s Neurons Form Atypical Networks

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Parkinson’s Neurons Form Atypical Networks

Parkinson’s disease brain cells form abnormal networks that might predispose the cells toward damage, according to new research done using cells in laboratory conditions. “These discoveries open the door to early diagnosis, which would allow us to carry out a premature intervention that would slow down neuronal death, and therefore, would stop the evolution of the disease,” study co-author Antonella Consiglio, PhD, of IDIBELL and the University of Barcelona in Spain, said in a press…

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