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Genetic model offers elegant tool for testing Parkinson's disease therapies



For the past decade, Parkinson’s disease researchers have relied on the experimental equivalent of using a sledgehammer to tune a guitar to test new therapies for the disease. This may be a reason clinical trials of promising neuroprotective drugs fail. But, in new research published today in Nature Parkinson’s Disease, University of British Columbia researchers may have found the ideal tool for the job.

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