Washington: Researchers have identified a specific type of receptor that aids corrupted, disease-causing proteins spread in the brain, potentially contributing to Alzheimer`s disease, Parkinson`s disease and other brain-damaging disorders.The research suggests that blocking the receptors called heparan sulfate proteoglycans (HSPGs) may aid in treatment of theses illnesses.Senior author Marc I. Diamond, MD, the David Clayson Professor of Neurology, said that many of the enzymes that create HSPGs or otherwise help them function are good targets for drug treatments.
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