Epigenetic and Gene Imprinting Effects in Parkinson’s Disease: A Kinship Theory of Gene Conflict in Aging and Dementia

In this post we review epigenetic factors that influence Parkinson’s disease pathophysiology and that might predict Parkinson’s disease dementia (PDD). We emphasize effects of imprinted genes on develop­ing catecholaminergic systems, mitochondrial functioning, and neurobe- havioral …

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