Parkinson's Disease in Yeast, Worms and Flies

Scientists working in yeast and other simple animals have reversed the effects of a protein that causes Parkinson's Disease. Published this week in Science magazine, the research may point to new treatments for people — and to new ways for studying complex human diseases. Health and science reporter Allan Coukell explains.

This program aired on June 23, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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