Intervention changes acoustic peak frequency and mesolimbic neurochemistry in the Pink1-/- rat model of Parkinson disease.

Intervention changes acoustic peak frequency and mesolimbic neurochemistry in the Pink1-/- rat model of Parkinson disease.
Intervention changes acoustic peak frequency and mesolimbic neurochemistry in the Pink1-/- rat model of Parkinson disease. PLoS One. 2019;14(8):e0220734 Authors: Stevenson SA, Ciucci MR, Kelm-Nelson CA Abstract The neural mechanisms underlying behavioral therapy for vocal acoustic deficits in patients with Parkinson disease is unknown. A primary hypothesis is that voice therapy may modulate mesolimbic brainstem regions, including the ventral tegmental ... read more
Source: PubMedPublished on 2019-08-03