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Stress exacerbates experimental Parkinson’s disease

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This work was supported by NIH grant NS060114 (KBS), Udall Parkinson’s Disease Centers of Excellence grant NS058830 (KBS, JPH), by grants from the Sunflower Revolution/University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute, Gardner Family Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, Davis Phinney Foundation, Morris Braun Foundation, and Parkinson’s Disease Support Network of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana (all KBS), a Scottish Rite Schizophrenia Foundation Fellowship (JWD), and a University Research Council Fellowship (AMH). We are grateful to Dr Sheila Fleming for valuable discussions and comments on the manuscript.

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Hemmerle, A., Dickerson, J., Herman, J. et al. Stress exacerbates experimental Parkinson’s disease. Mol Psychiatry 19, 638–640 (2014).

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