Study shows how blood-CSF barrier transport differs in migraine

According to researchers at centers in Pasadena, Palo Alto, and Los Angeles, USA, selective changes in membrane permeability allow certain molecules to cross the blood-cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) barrier. Furthermore, some of the changes are dependent on headache frequency.

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