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Sometimes the finest things in life happen by coincidence, when we happen to be in the right location at the right moment. Now, Japanese researchers have discovered a method to ensure that new treatments are delivered to the proper area in the body and at the right moment in illness progress
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An artificial blood-brain barrier model that has been constructed by researchers at Uppsala University is quick and accurate, and it may be used to assess how well antibody-based treatments can reach the brain. The new model may lessen the requirement for animal testing, which is now the mos
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Researching the wall separating the circulatory system from the neurological system has been highly difficult or limited in its use of models. In order to properly investigate potential new treatments for brain tumours, researchers have created a more realistic model.
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By 2020, there will be more than 55 million cases of Alzheimer's disease worldwide, predicts Alzheimer's Disease International. Every 20 years, this number will almost double, rising to 78 million in 2030 and 139 million in 2050.
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In Alzheimer's disease, a small protein known as amyloid beta misfolds to intermediates that aggregate into larger macromolecular structures known as fibrils and plaques
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Study disocveered that blood-brain barrier has long been recognised for its capacity to maintain exact control over which molecules can enter the nervous system, little is known about how the cells that make up the barrier affect how the nervous system works.
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The body's response to infection or inflammation is fever, which also serves as a defence mechanism against things like viruses and bacteria. The body releases molecules called cytokines into the bloodstream when it is infected or inflammatory. The blood-brain barrier, a system of microscopi
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Washington [US], August 17 (ANI): Researchers have made a surprising discovery linking Delta/Notch signalling in subperineurial glia (SPG) to the regulation of nerve ensheathment and neurotransmitter release at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction (NMJ). SPG, the counterpart of the endothel
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San Diego (California) [US] August 2 (ANI): The body absorbs too much iron due to a condition known as hereditary hemochromatosis, which is brought on by a gene mutation. This causes tissue damage and diseases like liver disease, heart disease, and diabetes. However, scant and conflicting re
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Washington [US], June 13 (ANI): According to a new study by Harvard University, a small population of neurons near the base of the brain can induce symptoms of sickness, including fever, appetite loss, and warm-seeking behaviour.
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Morgantown (West Virginia) [US], January 27 (ANI): Brain tumours are among the trickiest to treat as the blood-brain barrier keeps foreign substances like germs and toxins from entering the brain. By shielding the brain from things that would harm it, the blood-brain barrier also blocks the
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Washington [US], July 6 (ANI): The findings of a new study suggest that nanomaterials found in consumer and health-care products can pass through the bloodstream to the brain side of a blood-brain barrier model with varying ease depending on their shape.