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Stem cells produce anti-disease protein in brain experiment

A recent phase-one study at UW-Madisons Waisman Center shows a potential new avenue for stem cell-based treatment of Parkinsons and other neurodegenerative disorders. Their treatment could enable brain cells that generate dopamine, which helps the brain control the bodys movement, to recover from the damage caused by disease.

The study involved use of a naturally occurring protein in the ......

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One problem remaining is how to fine-tune the progenitor cells to get the right level of GDNF generation; too little would be ineffective in treating the impaired movement, while too much could also result in abnormal movement. Ebert said this might involve precise formulation of the same lab-made virus t......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 12/17/05


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