Anti-inflammatory Effects Of Benfotiamine Are Mediated Through The Regulation Of The Arachidonic Aci

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    Benfotiamine is effective in increasing free thiamine in the brain, attenuates depressive like behaviour and it ameliorates signs and symptoms of Alzheimers disease in a mouse model. It is also effective in long-term human AD studies. I am not so sure it can't cross the blood brain barrier.
     
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    I think I read study when they used both, benfotiamine and sulbutiamine but only sulbutiamine crossed the blood brain barrier.
     
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