Monday, September 14, 2020

Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15

View of my neighborhood, just for illustration.


Spreading of Parkinson’s Diseases is not between patients to patients, but what I mean is deadly spreading among neuron cells in the brain.


Just to remind you that neuron cells have been mentioned in the previous posting:

How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2


It is said spreading of infection is through “channels” between neuron (nerve) cells, from one infected cell to other healthy cells.


How is the process of spreading diseases?


First, channels, very small channels are created by protein called as connexins (Cx).


The Cx is also known as “gap junction proteins,” because its function to form intercellular connection between cell types.


A small vase at the corner, just for illustration.


Moreover, the harmful protein called as α-synuclein. This is a pathogen can harmful to cells, neuron cells in this case, and cause cell dead eventually.


After cells dead, the α-synuclein moves through tiny channels (intercellular connection) to healthy nerve cells.


The process of killing nerve cells is continue to cause spreading dead cells in the brain that responsible to Parkinson’s Diseases.


Hope, by understanding the roles of connexins (Cx) and α-synuclein, and know the process of spreading diseases in the brain, then:

- the scientists will be able to create medicines or methods to prevent or cure Parkinson’s Diseases in the near future.

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  2. One family member had this too and the development of the disease and its speed and symptoms varies from person to person. With the correct treatment, which is continuously adjusted over the years, the complaints can often be reasonably controlled. This does not alter the fact that the disease has a major impact on daily life. Later he died, but not because of this but because of a spontaneous cardiac arre

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      Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15
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      View of my neighborhood, just for illustration.

      Spreading of Parkinson’s Diseases is not between patients to patients, but what I mean is deadly spreading among neuron cells in the brain.

      Just to remind you that neuron cells have been mentioned in the previous posting:

      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      It is said spreading of infection is through “channels” between neuron (nerve) cells, from one infected cell to other healthy cells.

      How is the process of spreading diseases?

      First, channels, very small channels are created by protein called as connexins (Cx).

      The Cx is also known as “gap junction proteins,” because its function to form intercellular connection between cell types.

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  3. Always so helpful and interesting, thanks so much!

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  4. Understanding is the beginning of effective treatment or cure! Sounds great!

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      Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15
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      A small vase at the corner, just for illustration.

      Moreover, the harmful protein called as α-synuclein. This is a pathogen can harmful to cells, neuron cells in this case, and cause cell dead eventually.


      After cells dead, the α-synuclein moves through tiny channels (intercellular connection) to healthy nerve cells.


      The process of killing nerve cells is continue to cause spreading dead cells in the brain that responsible to Parkinson’s Diseases.


      Hope, by understanding the roles of connexins (Cx) and α-synuclein, and know the process of spreading diseases in the brain, then:

      - the scientists will be able to create medicines or methods to prevent or cure Parkinson’s Diseases in the near future.

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  5. ...I seem to hear about it more and more everyday!

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  6. It's great there is more research in the works for this disease. It is definitely on going. Thanks for the info. My grandmother has it and my uncle thinks if he smokes he will keep himself from getting it. Funny, huh?

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  7. Very interesting information. Hope you are having a good week.

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  8. It's always good to share important information. I thank you and hope you have a wonderful day!

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      Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15
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      View of my neighborhood, just for illustration.

      Spreading of Parkinson’s Diseases is not between patients to patients, but what I mean is deadly spreading among neuron cells in the brain.

      Just to remind you that neuron cells have been mentioned in the previous posting:

      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      It is said spreading of infection is through “channels” between neuron (nerve) cells, from one infected cell to other healthy cells.

      How is the process of spreading diseases?

      First, channels, very small channels are created by protein called as connexins (Cx).

      The Cx is also known as “gap junction proteins,” because its function to form intercellular connection between cell types.

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  9. My father suffered from it. I would not wish that wicked disease on anybody.

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      Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15
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      A small vase at the corner, just for illustration.

      Moreover, the harmful protein called as α-synuclein. This is a pathogen can harmful to cells, neuron cells in this case, and cause cell dead eventually.


      After cells dead, the α-synuclein moves through tiny channels (intercellular connection) to healthy nerve cells.


      The process of killing nerve cells is continue to cause spreading dead cells in the brain that responsible to Parkinson’s Diseases.


      Hope, by understanding the roles of connexins (Cx) and α-synuclein, and know the process of spreading diseases in the brain, then:

      - the scientists will be able to create medicines or methods to prevent or cure Parkinson’s Diseases in the near future.

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  11. Tanza, My better half is into all things medical, human or animal. She'll find this very interesting. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  12. I have known many who had Parkinson's Disease and would be thrilled if a better treatment or a cure could be found for it.

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  13. Hope someone will find a cure for Parkinson's Disease.

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    1. Thanks -
      Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15
      -
      View of my neighborhood, just for illustration.

      Spreading of Parkinson’s Diseases is not between patients to patients, but what I mean is deadly spreading among neuron cells in the brain.

      Just to remind you that neuron cells have been mentioned in the previous posting:

      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      It is said spreading of infection is through “channels” between neuron (nerve) cells, from one infected cell to other healthy cells.

      How is the process of spreading diseases?

      First, channels, very small channels are created by protein called as connexins (Cx).

      The Cx is also known as “gap junction proteins,” because its function to form intercellular connection between cell types.

      Delete
  14. Muy buena información. Me gusta el jarrón.
    Buena noche. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  15. Hola Tanza, muy interesante el reportaje, feliz fin de semana.
    Saludos

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      Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15
      -
      A small vase at the corner, just for illustration.

      Moreover, the harmful protein called as α-synuclein. This is a pathogen can harmful to cells, neuron cells in this case, and cause cell dead eventually.


      After cells dead, the α-synuclein moves through tiny channels (intercellular connection) to healthy nerve cells.


      The process of killing nerve cells is continue to cause spreading dead cells in the brain that responsible to Parkinson’s Diseases.


      Hope, by understanding the roles of connexins (Cx) and α-synuclein, and know the process of spreading diseases in the brain, then:

      - the scientists will be able to create medicines or methods to prevent or cure Parkinson’s Diseases in the near future.

      Delete
  16. Can Parkinson’s Diseases Spread? - Parkinson’s Diseases 15

    aww...like communicate diseases.

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