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Sealing the leaking brain solves seizures

‘Close by every neuron is a small blood vessel called a capillary. Exactly how close you ask? Well about 10 micrometres. When we consider that  a micrometre is a millionth of a meter and the thinnest human hair is about 10 times wider than this it gives us a real sense of this proximity…’

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