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Brain rewiring in Parkinson's disease may contribute to abnormal movement
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The study suggests the loss of dopamine may cause the brain to rewire in a maladaptive manner, contributing to impaired movement in Parkinson's disease. These findings also suggest that there are fundamental problems with scientists' traditional model ...

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