Treating Stem Cells with Fasudil Eases Parkinson’s Symptoms in Mouse Model, Study Finds

Treating Stem Cells with Fasudil Eases Parkinson’s Symptoms in Mouse Model, Study Finds
Bone marrow stem cells treated with fasudil and administered via the nose (intranasal) to mice in a model of Parkinson’s disease led to evidence of better motor abilities and a reduced of dopaminergic neurons,  a recent study from China reports. These results suggest that fasudil’s use and intranasal delivery could lead to better stem cells treatments for Parkinson’s. The research, “Intranasal ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2020-01-30By Forest Ray, PhD