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William Banks, physician and researcher from the University of Washington says many natural peptides and molecules do pass through via regulated entry mechanisms — a second aspect of the blood brain barrier's function

William Banks, physician and researcher from the University of Washington, says that 95% of the drugs that we use for the central nervous system have been developed by taking small molecules and making them more lipid soluble

Source  Courtesy of William Banks