Centipede venom may fight chronic pain – ABC Online

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Centipede venom may fight chronic pain
ABC Online
The finding in mice models could lead to the development of drugs for people with ongoing chronic pain, says co-author of the study Professor Glenn King, of the University of Queensland. The current study targets human proteins known as voltage-gated 
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