Cell permeable peptides: A promising tool to deliver neuroprotective agents in the brain

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Abstract

The inability of most drugs to cross the blood-brain barrier and/or plasma membrane limits their use for biomedical applications in the brain. Cell Permeable Peptides (CPPs) overcome this problem and are effective in vivo, crossing the plasma membrane an

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Antoniou, X., & Borsello, T. (2010). Cell permeable peptides: A promising tool to deliver neuroprotective agents in the brain. Pharmaceuticals. https://doi.org/10.3390/ph3020379

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