6/22/2004

Researchers in New York have found naturally occurring environmental toxins called proteasome inhibitors may be linked to Parkinson's disease. Proteasome inhibitors are produced by bacteria and fungi, but human-made proteasome inhibitors also are found in the environment. The study, reported in the journal Annals of Neurology, urges further research to determine how widespread the toxins are in the environment.

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