How Mutations in the PINK1 Gene Could Lead to Parkinson’s Disease?

The PINK1 gene contains the instructions your cells need to make a mitochondrial protein called PTEN presumably induced kinase 1† This protein helps protect mitochondria from damage and helps prevent that damage from multiplying when cells reproduce. Without this protection, damaged cells can lead to damaged neurons. And damaged neurons can lead to Parkinson’s and …

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