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Molecular Pathway to Cell Death in Parkinson's Identified, Reveals New Therapeutic Target

News   Jun 13, 2018 | Original Story from The Francis Crick Institute

 
Mechanism by Which Alpha Synuclein Causes Cell Death in Parkinson's Identified

Image: super resolution image of α-synuclein in mitochondria of neuron (left) and single molecule TIRF image of individual α-synuclein aggregates (right). Credit: Mathew Horrocks, The Francis Crick Instititue

 
 
 

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