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The glymphatic system of the brain was described and named in 2013 by Dr. Maiken Nedergaard, a Danish neuroscientist. The glymphatic system is a "macroscopic waste clearance system that utilizes a unique system of perivascular channels, formed by astroglial cells, to promote efficient elimination of soluble proteins and metabolites from the central nervous system. Besides waste elimination, the glymphatic system may also function to help distribute non-waste compounds, such as glucose, lipids, amino acids, and neurotransmitters related to volume transmission, in the brain. It is as a system for waste clearance in the brain and central nervous system (CNS) of vertebrates."



Astrocyte, Protoplasmic


Astrocyte, Fibrous

Astrocytes also known collectively as astroglia, are star-shaped glial cells in the brain and spinal cord. They perform many functions: biochemical control of endothelial cells that form the blood-brain barrier, provision of nutrients to the nervous tissue, maintenance of extracellular ion balance, regulation of cerebral blood flow, and a role in the repair the brain and spinal cord following infection and traumatic injuries.

Protoplasmic astrocytes appear distributed relatively uniformly within cortical gray matter, fibrous astrocytes are organized along white matter tracts, within which they are oriented longitudinally in the plane of the fibre bundles.


Astrocyte End Feet

Protoplasmic astrocytes are found in gray matter and their endfoot processes ensheath synapses. Fibrous astrocytes reside in white matter and their endfeet contact myelin membranes and nodes of Ranvier. Endfeet of both types of astrocytes cover more than 90% of brain capillaries 


Aquaporin-4 (AQP4) Water Channels

AQP4 water channels embedded in astrocytic end-feet, solute transport


Amyloid Beta peptide / Aβ


Blood Glucose


Blood Brain Barrier


Brain Lymph Fluid

While the central nervous system lacks lymphatic vasculature and is considered immune privileged, a network of lymphatics in the meninges in mammals runs beside the dural venous sinuses and extends upon the dura mater surrounding the brain.


Brain Parenchyma Drainage Pathway


Brain‐Wide Glymphatic (Glial‐Lymphatic) Pathway

The brain lymphatic drainage system is composed of basement membrane-based perivascular pathway, a brain-wide glymphatic pathway, and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) drainage routes including sinus-associated meningeal lymphatic vessels and olfactory/cervical lymphatic routes. The brain lymphatic systems function physiological as a route of drainage for interstitial fluid (ISF) from brain parenchyma to nearby lymph nodes. Brain lymphatic drainage helps maintain water and ion balance of the ISF, waste clearance, and reabsorption of macromolecular solutes.


Carbon Dioxide


Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF)


Cerebral-Arterial Pulsations

are said to drive the CSF convective bulk flow in the perivascular spaces and are the key contributors of CSF entry into the brain parenchyma allowing CSF-ISF fluid exchange in the glymphatic system.


Dural‐Sinus‐Lined Meningeal Lymphatic Vessels


Ependymal Cells


Glial Cells / Gliocytes






Glymphatic CSF-ISF


Interstitial Fluid (ISF)


Interstitial Waste Products


Lactates Mix




Misfolded Proteins


Misfolded Prion Proteins PrP


Olfactory/Cervical Lymphatic Pathway






Periarterial Space (PAS)


Perivascular Space / Virchow–Robin Space




Schwann cells


Satellite cells


Sleep cycle


Tau Proteins (T-Tau, P-Tau, Hyperphosphorylated Tau)








Gut Associated Lymphatic Tissue (GALT)


Intestinal Lacteals


Intestinal Villi


Intestinal Microvilli


Intestinal Villous Atrophy


Lymph Fluid


Lymph Nodes, Occipital


Lymph Nodes, Cervical


Lymph Nodes, Mastoid


Lymph Nodes, Parotid


Lymph Nodes, Supraclavicular


Lymph nodes, Pectoral


Lymph nodes, Axillary


Lymph Nodes, Mediastinal


Lymph Nodes, Mesenteric


Lymph Nodes, Paraaortic


Lymph Nodes, Iliac


Lymph Nodes, Inguinal and Femoral


Lymph Nodes, Abdominal


Lymphatic Capillaries


Lymphatic Duct, Right


Lymphatic Duct, Thoracic


Lymphatic Semilunar Valves


Lymphatic Valves

This valve system involves collagen fibers attached to lymphatic endothelial cells that respond to increased interstitial fluid pressure by separating the endothelial cells and allowing the flow of lymph into the capillary for circulation. There is another system of semilunar valves that prevents back-flow of lymph along the lumen of the vessel.


Lymphatic System


Lymphatic Vessels


Lymphoid Tissue


Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (MALT)


Peyer’s Patches (PPs)

The Peyer's patches contain a significant number of dendritic cells, macrophages, and lymphocytes. Since the gastrointestinal system has exposure to a significant number of pathogens, it is vital for immune surveillance.




T Lymphocytes


T4 Lymphocytes




Tonsils, Palatine


Tonsils, Lingual


Tonsils, Tubal


Waldeyer’s Ring

The gut-associated lymphoid tissue lies throughout the intestine, covering an area of approximately 260–300 m2



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Model : GLY

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