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Stem cells may provide answer to blood-brain barrier

Madison, Wis. - The blood-brain barrier is a big problem when it comes to getting drugs into the brain, and researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison believe they have found a way to address the problem by using stem cells.

The findings are the result of a collaborative study funded with a grant from the Nat......

Full article >>> developing brain cells can release factors that might coax small blood vessels to exhibit the properties of the blood-brain barrier. Svendsen believes the finding could produce insights into how drugs could overcome the barrier and treat disease.

"The idea is that we can use this process to mimic what happens in normal development so that we can make a better model of the blood-brain bar......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 12/20/06


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