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Zebrafish Show the Way to Brain Cell Regeneration in Parkinson's

News   Apr 09, 2019 | Original story from the University of Edinburgh

 
Zebrafish Show the Way to Brain Cell Regeneration in Parkinson's

Research using zebrafish has revealed how key brain cells that are damaged in people with Parkinson's disease can be regenerated. In this microscope picture of a zebrafish brain, dopamine-producing nerve cells are shown in red and the stem cells that produce them are shown in green. Credit: Thomas Becker, The University of Edinburgh

 
 
 

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