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How does our brain get its Mg when we don't take Mg threonate which is the only form known to increase its levels?

The article Magnesium transport across the blood-brain barriers (2011) from NIH.gov books says: Magnesium is able to cross the BBB [blood-brain barrier]... It is not the ScienceDirect article you ...
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Would a SARS-CoV-2 infection disrupt the blood-brain barrier, leaving the brain more vulnerable to drugs taken simultaneously with the infection?

The Rhea et al. article on SARS-CoV-2 suggests that the S1 protein crosses the BBB by a specific mechanism (general albumin protein does not cross at the same time), so no general disruption of the ...
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