Pain relievers by potent poison Gastropoda

IMG title=”” alt=”” src=”” IMG class=”hide” alt=”Analgesici da potente veleno gasteropodi” src=””(ANSA) – SYDNEY, 18 sea – a new drug extracted the powerful poison a species of Carnivore of the tropical seas promises to score a breakthrough in the treatment of severe chronic pain without the risk of addiction and dangerous side effects. The venom of Gastropoda of conidia, considered 100 times more potent that morphine, can lead to the development of a new class of oral painkillers, says David Craik, University of Queensland Professor of Biomolecular structure. IMG id=”mediaViewer” title=”” alt=”” src=”” /IMGAll rights reserved

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