Isoflurane attenuates carbogen-induced blood–brain barrier disruption independent of body temperature in mice and rats

In conclusion, isoflurane protected against BBB disruption caused by carbogen inhalation in mice and rats, but unlike isoflurane-mediated protection against ischemic BBB disruption, the effect could not be explained by anesthesia-induced hypothermia.
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