Glyphosate crosses the blood-brain barrier, and has been shown to cause neurological damage. The following scientific studies explore several topics on the effect of glyphosate on the neurological system.

Toxic Effects of Glyphosate on the Nervous System: A Systematic Review


Association between glyphosate exposure and cognitive function, depression, and neurological diseases in a representative sample of US adults: NHANES 2013–2014 analysis


Maternal glyphosate exposure causes autism-like behaviors in offspring through increased expression of soluble epoxide hydrolase


Exposure to glyphosate during pregnancy induces neurobehavioral alterations and downregulation of Wnt5a-CaMKII pathway


Is the Use of Glyphosate in Modern Agriculture Resulting in Increased Neuropsychiatric Conditions Through Modulation of the Gut-brain-microbiome Axis?


Glyphosate based-herbicide exposure affects gut microbiota, anxiety and depression-like behaviors in mice


Effects of glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides like Roundup™ on the mammalian nervous system: A review


Glyphosate infiltrates the brain and increases pro-inflammatory cytokine TNFα: implications for neurodegenerative disorders


Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Pathoetiology and Pathophysiology: Roles of Astrocytes, Gut Microbiome, and Muscle Interactions via the Mitochondrial Melatonergic Pathway, with Disruption by Glyphosate-Based Herbicides


Perinatal exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides induced neurodevelopmental behaviors impairments and increased oxidative stress in the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus in offspring


Long-Term Effects of Perinatal Exposure to a Glyphosate-Based Herbicide on Melatonin Levels and Oxidative Brain Damage in Adult Male Rats


Association between urinary glyphosate levels and serum neurofilament light chain in a representative sample of US adults: NHANES 2013–2014