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The Secrets of an "Undruggable" Parkinson's Molecule

News   Mar 08, 2019 | Original Press Release from UC San Francisco

 
The Secrets of an "Undruggable" Parkinson's Molecule

Researchers identified a hidden drug target (yellow) on a neuronal protein (blue) that has long been implicated in Parkinson’s disease but was previously considered “undruggable.” Credit: England lab/UCSF.

 
 
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