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Genetic mutation increases risk of Parkinson’s disease from pesticides

A team of researchers has brought new clarity to the picture of how gene-environmental interactions can kill nerve cells that make dopamine. Dopamine is the neurotransmitter that sends messages to the part of the brain that controls movement and coordination. Their discoveries, described in a paper published online in Cell today, include identification… Genetic mutation increases risk of Parkinson’s disease from pesticides   

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