• Julian Simpson

Characteristics of the nerve barrier and the blood dorsal root ganglion barrier in health/ disease

Both blood nerve barrier (BNB) and blood DRG barrier (BDB) are crucial in maintaining homeostasis of the peripheral nerve.

Tight junction proteins have distinct localization and functions in these barriers.

Neuropathies of different etiologies involve breakdown of BNB and/or BDB.



Reference

Review Article Characteristics of the nerve barrier and the blood dorsal root ganglion barrier in health and disease

Author links open overlay panelA.K.ReinholdH.L.Rittner

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