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JPD celebrates key breakthroughs that shaped PD research over the last 200 years: From the shaking palsy to alpha-synuclein, the stories behind the science from many of the researchers who played key roles in achieving significant milestones are published freely available in JPD 7: Supplement 1.

Exosome signaling in Parkinson’s disease pathobiology. Exosomes generated within the multivesicular bodies of the endosomal-lysosomal pathway are the focus of this review by Georg K. Tofaris, openly available in: J Parkinsons Dis Vol 7:4, 2017.

Voxelwise DTI analysis of PD patients compared to healthy controls. Olfactory Impairment in Parkinson’s Disease Studied with Diffusion Tensor and Magnetization Transfer Imaging by Georgiopoulosa et al, j parkinsons dis, vol 7:2, 2017

Mutations in the VPS35 gene encoding a core component of the retromer complex, have recently emerged as a new cause of late-onset, autosomal dominant familial Parkinson’s disease. This review provides a critical discussion of the emerging data: Williams et al., J Parkinsons Dis Vol 7:2, 2017

Keep up with funding for Parkinson's Disease research around the globe with the Parkinson's Disease Funding Analyzer (PDFA). The PDFA showcases funding distribution from 40 countries and allows line-of-investigation queries to look for trends and investigators.