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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:00 cookieasd9000

Are we in the midst of a sixth mass extinction?

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answer: the blood-brain barrier is a layer of specialized membranes and cell processes designed to keep undesirable substances from passing from the bloodstream into the precious tissues of the brain. while the blood-brain barrier does keep most bad things out of the central nervous system, it is not impermeable.

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