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A strategy for the design of subtype-specific inhibitors of NaV1.7 based on modification of paralytic shellfish toxins

NaV1.7 is one of ten isoforms of the mammalian voltage-gated sodium channel. Studies involving human subjects have shown that a congenital loss of function mutation in NaV1.7 results in an inability to perceive pain. This finding has generated considera...
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Stanford Chinese Word Segmenter

This software is a Java implementation of a CRF-based Chinese Word Segmenter that is trainable and comes with trained models for simplified Chinese. Licensing: The Stanford Chinese Word Segmenter is available for download for non-commercial use un...
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