Early sites of atrophy in Parkinson’s disease are clustered in two main subgroups

Takeaway

  • Initial sites of pathology for a Parkinson’s disease cohort are linked to early onset and local transcription patterns.

Why this matters

    Early sites of atrophy in Parkinson’s disease are clustered in two previously unreported subgroups. These novel findings provide key insights into the early stages of Parkinson’s disease and could help to improve current screening strategies for early onset disease.

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