Dihydroxyphenylacetaldehyde Lowering Treatment Improves Locomotor and Neurochemical Abnormalities in the Rat Rotenone Model: Relevance to the Catecholaldehyde Hypothesis for the Pathogenesis of Parkinson’s Disease

Rawan Khashab, Naama Gutman-Sharabi, Zehava Shabtai, Regev Landau, Reut Halperin, Tsviya Fay-Karmon, Avshalom Leibowitz, Yehonatan Sharabi*

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