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Snail Venoms Prove Useful for Chronic Pain Relief

News   Nov 05, 2019 | Original story from the University of Vienna

 
Snail Venoms Prove Useful for Chronic Pain Relief

Conotoxins are bioactive peptides found in the venom that marine cone snails produce for prey capture and defense. Credit: Copyright Markus Muttenthaler

 
 
 

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