Study reveals wasteosomes as markers of chronic glymphatic system insufficiency

Biochemistry laboratory research, Scientist or medical in lab coat holding test tube with Using Microscope reagent with drop of color liquid over glass equipment working at the laboratory.

A new study led by researchers from the University of Barcelona shows that wasteosomes -;structures that act as containers for brain waste products-; indicate a malfunction of the glymphatic system, a recently discovered system that is an important brain-cleaning mechanism.

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