Improving cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s disease

Improving cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s disease
Researchers describe a new set of cell surface markers on dopaminergic progenitor cells, which allow isolation of a more beneficial population of induced neurons for cell replacement therapy. Animals that received transplanted cells that had been selected for the new marker fared better than their counterparts with a typical transplant. ... read more
Source: Science DailyPublished on 2018-08-23