What faulty rail tracks have got to do with Parkinson’s disease
Following on from their promising research - published recently in Nature Communications - researchers Dr Kurt De Vos (from SITraN) and his collaborator Dr Alex Whitworth (from the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Sheffield) have secured MRC funding to investigate a novel therapeutic approach in Parkinson’s disease.
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