Excess Iron in Brain Cells Worsens Parkinson’s Symptoms, Mouse Study Shows

Excess Iron in Brain Cells Worsens Parkinson’s Symptoms, Mouse Study Shows
While excess iron in the brain often accompanies Parkinson’s disease, it remains unknown whether the iron overload actually causes the neurodegenerative disorder or is merely a product of it. New research now sheds greater light on the role that iron plays in the development of a Parkinson’s disease model. It also illustrates how certain cells regulate the brain’s response to ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2020-01-09By Forest Ray