Siddique Lab Identifies TMEM230 as a Cause for Parkinson’s Disease

Chicago tonight published a story about TMEM230, the gene newly identified by our lab to cause Parkinson’s disease. About 15-25% of PD is genetic, and this discovery adds to the growing body of knowledge about neurodegenerative disorders and may provide valuable information to patients and families with this disease. Click here to read the story and learn more.

TMEM230-postive vesicles in spinal motor neurons. Two motor neurons in mouse spinal cord with TMEM230-positive vesicles are shown. Representative signals are indicated by arrows. Scale bar: 30 µm.

TMEM230-positive vesicles in spinal motor neurons. Two motor neurons in mouse spinal cord with TMEM230-positive vesicles are shown. Representative signals are indicated by arrows. Scale bar: 30 µm.

 

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