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Human protein may trigger Parkinson's disease

Pathological forms of the alpha-synuclein protein present in deceased patients with Parkinson's disease are able to initiate and spread in mice and primates, researchers have found. This kind of neurodegenerative process is the sort that typifies Parkinson's disease. The discovery opens the door to the development of new treatments that may allow scientists to stop the progression of the disease.
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