Amino Creative | Overcoming the Blood Brain Barrier
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Overcoming the Blood Brain Barrier

A series of illustration accompanying an in-depth review article published in Advanced Materials, examining the structure and functional aspects of the blood brain barrier (BBB). The article focuses on the role of nanomaterials and nanoparticles as part of evolving noninvasive therapeutic strategies designed to either bypass or cross the BBB. Many strategies of interest have the potential to exploit existing endogenous pathways—natural mechanisms of cellular transport in the central nervous system—and could be combined with novel techniques in localization and targeting.

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Daniel Furtado, PhD, et al. / University of Melbourne

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