Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Protein Linked to Sex Differences in Age-Related Dopamine Neuron Loss

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This shows dopamine neuronsThe VGLUT protein is more abundant in the dopamine neurons of female fruit flies, rodents, and humans than in males. The finding shed light on why females have greater resilience to age-related dopamine neuron loss and disorders such as Parkinson's disease.