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Two Coffee Compounds Protect Mouse Brains against Parkinson’s Disease

10:00 EST 11 Dec 2018 | Genetic Engineering News

Studies have linked coffee consumption with reduced risk of Parkinson’s disease (PD), and while caffeine is generally believed to represent the protective agent, new research in mice suggests that the brew’s benefits may also depend on another coffee bean compound that works with caffeine to protect the brain from the damaging effects of α-synuclein deposits.

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