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Blood Brain Barrier

Gene Strategy to Fight Alzheimer's Clears a Hurdle
well.blogs.nytimes.com
Dr. Paul and others said anti-APOE therapies would have to target broad areas of the brain without crossing the blood-brain barrier and circulating to the liver. They consider that a quite realistic goal. “Things are developing incredibly rapidly these ... [...]
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The world's deadliest food
www.news.com.au
When consumed, tetrododoxin does not cross the blood-brain barrier, so the victims remain fully conscious while their central nervous system gradually shuts down, first producing dizziness and incoherent speech, then paralysing the muscles. This can ... [...]
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Virtual Reality's Next Hurdle: Overcoming 'Sim Sickness'
www.ideastream.org
"We equated the after-effects of postural sway to blood alcohol level," she says. "[Users will] be done gaming and they'll be drunk, ... "cockpit games in VR are one of the most enjoyable experiences. Your brain concludes that you are inside something ... [...]
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Vascular disruption and blood-brain barrier dysfunction in intracerebral …
7thspace.com
This article reviews current knowledge of the mechanisms underlying the initial hemorrhage and secondary blood-brain barrier (BBB) dysfunction in primary spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) in adults. Multiple etiologies are associated with ICH, ... [...]
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Natural Health: Probiotics
www.irishexaminer.com
Breviscapini works by increasing blood flow in the cerebral region as well as increasing the permeability of the blood brain barrier resulting in vital nutrients, oxygen and glucose feeding the brain cells. It also helps to improve blood flow into the ... [...]
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Get Eco-Sexy: 7 Turn-On Essential Oils
www.care2.com
Scent travels along a neurological pathway, bypassing the blood brain barrier. The limbic system, at the back of the brain, is associated with memory, emotion and learning. When essential oils are smelled they can have a powerful effect on the ... [...]
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Free diver's feats enough to take your breath away
www.nzherald.co.nz
A TV and cinema advertisement has brought world record holding free diver William Trubridge out of the deep. Many who have seen the Steinlager "Born to Defy" advert are stunned by Trubridge's underwater feats, and wonder why he is not better known. [...]
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Residents petition for removal of fluoride from water in Topsfield
brockton.wickedlocal.com
Page 2 of 2 - "One of the stronger claims against fluoride is that it breaks down the blood-brain barrier," he said, "which is intended to protect our brain cells from materials that are harmful to us." Other than possible risk factors, Demeter said ... [...]
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Protein May Promote Nerve Regeneration
www.natureworldnews.com
The findings suggest that a therapy involving breaking up this p75 pairing - whether it's using p45 or another disrupting molecule - could offer a possible therapy for spinal cord damage. "Such an agent could possibly get through the blood-brain ... [...]
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