Center Researcher Published in Nature Neuroscience

Published: May 23rd, 2011

Category: CTRND Articles

In a study published in the May 15th online issue of Nature Neuroscience first author Paramita Chakrabarty and senior author Todd Golde of the University of Florida in Gainesville along with other contributors form University of Florida and Mayo Clinic Florida, describe a novel mouse model  that may offer new clues to Parkinsonism.   This study raises the intriguing notion  that altered innate immune responses driving high levels of IFN-γ could be a risk factor for Parkinson’s disease .

This paper was highlighted by the Alzheimer’s Research Forum

University of Florida Press Release

Click HERE for the paper at Nature Neuroscience.