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Novel Non-Opioid Painkiller Works Inside Cells

News   May 31, 2017 | Original Story from Science Translational Medicine

 
Cholestanols Disrupt Internal Neurokinin Receptor Pain Signaling in the Endosome

Microscopic image of rat neurons showing that targeting of drugs to the inside of cells helps them localize to pain receptors. Credit: D.D. Jensen et al., Science Translational Medicine (2017)

 
 
 

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