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Blood-brain barrier glucose transporter mRNA is increased in experimental diabetes mellitusCHOI, T. B; BOADO, R. J; PARTRIDGE, W. M et al.Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print). 1989, Vol 164, Num 1, pp 375-380, issn 0006-291X, 6 p.Article

ABC transporters and the blood-brain barrier : Blood-brain barrierBEGLEY, David J.Current pharmaceutical design. 2004, Vol 10, Num 12, pp 1295-1312, issn 1381-6128, 18 p.Article

Ethyl-oxide effects on a newly formed blood-brain barrierNICO, B; RIBATTI, D; BERTOSSI, M et al.Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology. 1989, Vol 21, Num 3, pp 535-541, 7 p.Article

Evidence for the lack of serotonergic mechanism in the regulation of blood-brain barrierGULATI, A; AGARWAL, S. K; SHUKLA, R et al.Pharmacological research communications. 1984, Vol 16, Num 2, pp 181-188, issn 0031-6989Article

La barrière hémato-encéphalique. I: Données morphologiques = Blood-brain barrier. I: Morphological dataHAUW, J. J; LEFAUCONNIER, J. M.Revue neurologique (Paris). 1983, Vol 139, Num 11, pp 611-624, issn 0035-3787Article

The blood-brain barrier in vitroBRADBURY, M. W. B.Neurochemistry international. 1985, Vol 7, Num 1, pp 27-28, issn 0197-0186Article

Comparison of blood-brain barrier disruption by intracarotid lopamidol and methylglucamine lothalamateSAGE, M. R; WILCOX, J; EVILL, C. A et al.American journal of neuroradiology. 1983, Vol 4, Num 4, pp 893-895, issn 0195-6108Article

New technologies for drug delivery across the blood brain barrier : Blood-brain barrierKABANOV, A. V; BATRAKOVA, E. V.Current pharmaceutical design. 2004, Vol 10, Num 12, pp 1355-1363, issn 1381-6128, 9 p.Article

Pharmacological modification of blood-brain barrier permeability following a cold lesionRAYMOND, J. J; ROBERTSON, D. M; DINSDALE, H. B et al.Canadian journal of neurological sciences. 1984, Vol 11, Num 4, pp 447-451, issn 0317-1671Article

Peptides: Important tools for the treatment of central nervous system disordersMALAVOLTA, Luciana; CABRAL, Francisco Romero.Neuropeptides (Edinburgh). 2011, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 309-316, issn 0143-4179, 8 p.Article

Recent advances in nanotechnology based drug delivery to the brainLIN, Li-Na; QUN LIU; LEI SONG et al.Cytotechnology (Dordrecht). 2010, Vol 62, Num 5, pp 377-380, issn 0920-9069, 4 p.Article

Characterization and use of human brain microvascular endothelial cells to examine β-amyloid exchange in the blood-brain barrierBACHMEIER, Corbin; MULLAN, Michael; PARIS, Daniel et al.Cytotechnology (Dordrecht). 2010, Vol 62, Num 6, pp 519-529, issn 0920-9069, 11 p.Article

Predicting blood-brain barrier penetration from molecular weight and number of polar atomsFU, Xu-Chun; WANG, Guo-Ping; SHAN, Hai-Li et al.European journal of pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics. 2008, Vol 70, Num 2, pp 462-466, issn 0939-6411, 5 p.Article

The fasting polypeptide FGF21 can enter brain from bloodHUNG HSUCHOU; WEIHONG PAN; KASTIN, Abba J et al.Peptides (New York, NY. 1980). 2007, Vol 28, Num 12, pp 2382-2386, issn 0196-9781, 5 p.Article

Tight Junction in Blood-Brain Barrier: An Overview of Structure, Regulation, and Regulator SubstancesLIU, Wei-Ye; WANG, Zhi-Bin; ZHANG, Li-Chao et al.CNS neuroscience & therapeutics (Print). 2012, Vol 18, Num 8, pp 609-615, issn 1755-5930, 7 p.Article

Macrophages play a key role in early blood brain barrier reformation after hypothermic brain injuryKONERU, Rajeth; KOBILER, David; LEHRER, Shoshona et al.Neuroscience letters. 2011, Vol 501, Num 3, pp 148-151, issn 0304-3940, 4 p.Article

Influence of time to achieve substrate distribution equilibrium between brain tissue and blood on quantitation of the blood-brain barrier P-glycoprotein effectPADOWSKI, Jeannie M; POLLACK, Gary M.Brain research. 2011, Vol 1426, pp 1-17, issn 0006-8993, 17 p.Article

Lactoferrin-modified procationic liposomes as a novel drug carrier for brain deliveryHUALI CHEN; LEI TANG; YAO QIN et al.European journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 2010, Vol 40, Num 2, pp 94-102, issn 0928-0987, 9 p.Article

Nanotechnology approaches for drug and small molecule delivery across the blood brain barrierSILVA, Gabriel A.Surgical neurology. 2007, Vol 67, Num 2, pp 113-116, issn 0090-3019, 4 p.Article

Quantitative assessment of cerebral glucose metabolic rates after blood-brain barrier disruption induced by focused ultrasound using FDG-MicroPETYANG, Feng-Yi; CHANG, Wen-Yuan; CHEN, Jyh-Cheng et al.NeuroImage (Orlando, Fla.). 2014, Vol 90, pp 93-98, issn 1053-8119, 6 p.Article

Blood-brain barrier cell line PBMEC/C1-2 possesses functionally active P-glycoproteinNEUHAUS, Winfried; STESSL, Martina; NOE, Christian R et al.Neuroscience letters. 2010, Vol 469, Num 2, pp 224-228, issn 0304-3940, 5 p.Article

Identification of nose-to-brain homing peptide through phage displayWAN, Xiao-Mei; CHEN, Yong-Ping; XU, Wen-Rui et al.Peptides (New York, NY. 1980). 2009, Vol 30, Num 2, pp 343-350, issn 0196-9781, 8 p.Article

Nesfatin-1 crosses the blood-brain barrier without saturationWEIHONG PAN; HSUCHOU, Hung; KASTIN, Abba J et al.Peptides (New York, NY. 1980). 2007, Vol 28, Num 11, pp 2223-2228, issn 0196-9781, 6 p.Article

Permeability of the blood-brain barrier to a novel satiety molecule nesfatin-1PRICE, Tulin O; SAMSON, Willis K; NIEHOFF, Michael L et al.Peptides (New York, NY. 1980). 2007, Vol 28, Num 12, pp 2372-2381, issn 0196-9781, 10 p.Article

Topochemical models for the prediction of permeability through blood-brain barrierDUREJA, H; MADAN, A. K.International journal of pharmaceutics. 2006, Vol 323, Num 1-2, pp 27-33, issn 0378-5173, 7 p.Article

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