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Dopaminergic Drugs Cause Changes in Deep Brain Areas of Parkinson's Patients

11:00 EST 1 Dec 2016 | Drug Discovery Development

A drug like levodopa, which is used by patients with Parkinson's disease, causes changes in the communication between deep brain areas that are important for learning and behavior.
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