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multiple genes involved in Parkinson's disease

  November, 16 2001 1:21
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Duke researchers find strong genetic link for Parkinson's disease

Duke University Medical Center researchers have completed a genomic screen of Parkinson's disease suggesting that multiple genes are involved in the origins of the most common form of Parkinson's disease that occurs later in life.

National Institutes of Health, GlaxoSmithKline

Amy Reyes
Duke University Medical Center

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