Clinically relevant motor behaviors in Parkinson’s disease (PD) Models

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7 July 2015

Webinar: Clinically relevant motor behaviors in PD Models


Parkinson’s disease (PD) is characterized by well-defined motor symptoms, the most striking of which is bradykinesia. Bradykinesia, is typically caused by a reduction in dopaminergic transmission and is reliably reversed by clinically proven drugs. However, given the limited success of dopamine replacement therapies in PD patients, non-dopaminergic therapeutics to treat PD symptoms and underlying disease are being developed. These new approaches require more sophisticated tools to investigate therapy impact in rodent models.

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