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Different Mechanisms Of Pain Discovered Which Suggest New Strategies For Drug Development

Researchers at the University of Leeds have found a previously unknown mechanism through which pain is signalled by nerve cells - a discovery that could explain the current failings in the drug development process for painkillers and which may offer opportunities for a new approach...
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