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Fig. 10 | Fluids and Barriers of the CNS

Fig. 10

From: Elimination of substances from the brain parenchyma: efflux via perivascular pathways and via the blood–brain barrier

Fig. 10

Transport of organic anions across the blood–brain barrier. Organic anion transporters at the blood–brain barrier. The principal known transporters in the rat are shown. In human OAT3 is abluminal, while both OATP1A4 and OATP2B1 are present on both membranes. The ABC efflux pumps, P-gp, BCRP, MRP4 and MRP5, are all localized to the luminal, plasma facing, membrane. The Oat and Oatp transporters are exchangers (see Footnote 12). Localizations from [180] and the references in Table 1

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