The penetrability of a fruit fly's blood-brain barrier varies according to the insect's circadian rhythms, making it easier for drugs to enter the brain at night and more difficult during the day. The findings, published in Cell, suggest that medical treatments could be more effective depending on when they are administered.
Study: Blood-brain barrier may be easier to break through at specific times
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