Scientists Uncover New Therapeutic Molecule BT13 That May Possibly Protect Against Neurodegeneration

Scientists Uncover New Therapeutic Molecule BT13 That May Possibly Protect Against Neurodegeneration
Scientists have uncovered a new therapeutic molecule, called BT13, that can get to the brain to boost dopamine levels — the brain chemical that’s in short supply in Parkinson’s disease — and could potentially protect against neurodegeneration. While the research is in the early stages, and the molecule has only been tested in mice and cellular models of the disease, ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2020-02-21By Catarina Silva, MSc