NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Results from a large Parkinson's disease study are pointing to new genetic pathways that may contribute to the disease.

Researchers from Genentech, the National Institute on Aging, Data Tecnica International, and 23andMe brought together data for hundreds of thousands of individuals with or without Parkinson's disease for a multi-stage genome-wide association analysis and meta-analysis seeking new genetic contributors to the neurodegenerative condition.

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