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Zebrafish Could be Key to Parkinson's Disease Treatment
Research led by Edinburgh University has found key brain cells that are damaged in people with the neurological condition could be regenerated.

Parkinson's disease happens when cells in the brain responsible for producing the chemical dopamine are destroyed.

Researchers found that in zebrafish, dopamine-producing nerve cells are constantly replaced by dedicated stem cells in the brain.




 
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