Washington: Scientists claim to have developed a new way to treat Parkinson`s, using stem cells to replace cells damaged in the disease.An international team, led by the Florey Neuroscience Institutes and the University of Melbourne, says that the new technique could be developed even for application in other degenerative conditions.In regards to Parkinson`s disease, there is a progressive and permanent loss of a group of dopamine-producing brain cells that form an essential pathway in the brain circuitry controlling movement.The first step of the technique involves generating the dopamine brain cells that are missing in Parkinson`s disease, say the scientists."By following what we know about brain development we have been able to re-create an environment in the culture dish that allows us to generate specific cell types that may be therapeutic," Clare Parish, who led the team, said.
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