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Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, type 2 diabetes are more related in the molecular level than scientists realized closely Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, type 2 diabetes, the human version of mad cow disease, and other degenerative illnesses are more closely related in the molecular level than researchers realized, a team reviews this week within an advanced online publication of the journal Nature. While still preliminary, the extensive research, could help scientists develop tools for diagnosing such illnesses, and potentially for dealing with them through ‘structure-structured drug design,’ said David Eisenberg, a UCLA chemist and molecular biologist who’s part of the research team. Related StoriesMayo Clinic investigators discover novel system linked to diabetes riskDiabetes prevention starts in the wombStudy suggests dependence on specific treatment plans for adolescents with onset type 2 diabetesThe experts studied the harmful rope-like structures known as amyloid fibrils–linked proteins molecules that form in the brain more .