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Recent research for alleviating the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease involves stereotaxic procedures. These procedures are typically done when patients no longer respond to antiparkinson drugs. These procedures include transplantation of fetal tissue in an attempt to reestablish the secretion of dopamine in the neostriatum . Researchers have also attempted strategies of gene therapy. A genetically modified virus was inserted into the subthalamic nucleus of patients with Parkinson’s disease. This virus delivered a gene for GAD , which is the enzyme responsible for the biosynthesis of the major inhibitory neurotransmitter, GABA . In the study, GAD turned some of the excitatory glutamate-producing neurons in the sub-thalamic nucleus into inhibitory, GABA-producing neurons, improving the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. 
From a dietary perspective, plant cells do not manufacture cholesterol, and it is not found in plant foods.   Some plant foods, such as avocado , flax seeds and peanuts , contain phytosterols , which compete with cholesterol for absorption in the intestines, reducing the absorption of both dietary and bile cholesterol.  However, a typical diet contributes on the order of grams of phytosterols, which is not enough to have a significant impact on blocking cholesterol absorption. Phytosterols intake can be supplemented through the use of phytosterol-containing functional foods or dietary supplements that are recognized as having potential to reduce levels of LDL -cholesterol.  Some supplemental guidelines have recommended doses of phytosterols in the – grams per day range (Health Canada, EFSA, ATP III, FDA). A recent meta-analysis demonstrating a 12% reduction in LDL-cholesterol at a mean dose of grams per day.  However, the benefits of a diet supplemented with phytosterols have been questioned.