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"Some Parkinson's patients already receive neural implants. Researchers are looking for ways to make them last longer and work better. We could see major breakthroughs in both those metrics within a decade.
Telemeters strand repair and infrared light therapy, coupled with these new findings, will let us cross the brain-blood barrier with drugs targeted to specific cells. That is a game changer
The blood-brain barrier is critical for the survival of the species. It's there to let nutrients in but keep deadly agents and infections out. But it also presents major challenges when it comes to delivering medicines and other therapies that could treat brain disorders. It's one of key things holding this field back.
A Harvard team used the protein clathrin to cross the blood-brain barrier, this or a similar type of tech will someday lead us to a whole new class of nanotech drugs that can fight brain diseases."