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Scientists Built Blood-Brain Barrier On-a-Chip to Help Develop Neuro Drugs Understand Brain Diseases

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Scientists Built Blood-Brain Barrier On-a-Chip to Help Develop Neuro Drugs, Understand Brain Diseases

At Vanderbilt University researchers have developed a mimic of the blood-brain barrier in the form of a microfluidic device To show a proof-of-concept of this organ-on-chip technology the team studied how inflammation affects the blood-brain barrier continuously for an extended period of time while previous approaches have only provided discrete snapshots of the process

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