Dopamine, the brain chemical missing in Parkinson's disease patients, may play a role in its own demise, a study published in Science suggests. Researchers grew Parkinson's cells in lab dishes and observed levels of a dangerous form of dopamine rising after certain periods of time, starting a chain reaction of cellular problems.
Dopamine itself may play role in own destruction in Parkinson's patients
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