Anna Senkowska

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The efficacy of the majority of drugs currently used for treatment of Parkinson's disease is insufficient. Moreover, such therapeutics are not devoid of serious side effects. Multiple studies on animal models of parkinsonism have shown that new class of drugs, acting selectively on metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) might be very promising for the(More)
The efficacy of the majority of drugs currently used for treatment of Parkinson’s disease is insufficient. Moreover, such therapeutics are not devoid of serious side effects. Multiple studies on animal models of parkinsonism have shown that new class of drugs, acting selectively on metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) might be very promising for the(More)
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