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Stem cells used to study blood-brain barrier

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The blood-brain barrier effectively separates circulating blood from the fluid that bathes the brain, and keeps out bacteria, viruses and other agents that could damage it. But the barrier can be disrupted by disease, and is a challenge for medicine to treat neurological disorders. Now, University of Wisconsin researchers have transformed stem cells into endothelial cells with blood-brain barrier qualities. more


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