NUI Galway has revealed a breakthrough in regenerative medicine

Parkinson’s disease is a condition that primarily affects a person’s ability to control movement, impacting millions of people across the globe.

The symptoms of the condition are caused by the degeneration and death of brain cells that regulate movement, but treatment options that repair these cells have been severely limited because of the poor survival of the implanted cells.

But now, a paper published to the journal Scientific Reports by a team of researchers from NUI Galway has revealed a breakthrough in regenerative medicine that could help overcome this difficulty.

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2017-12-05T12:20:32+00:00 Categories: Medical, Research|Tags: |