Stimulation of specialized ganglion restores full motor function in mice with Parkinson’s Disease

A research group from the University of Copenhagen have identified a specific area of neurons that when stimulated, restores full movement function in mice presenting Parkinson’s Disease. (Credit: An MRI showing a patient with deep brain stimulation. Walid Bouthour/Hopitaux Universitaires de Geneve) Parkinson’s disease is a neurological illness in which dopaminergic neurons in the brainstem…

Stimulation of specialized ganglion restores full motor function in mice with Parkinson’s Disease

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