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Novel compounds as modulators of voltage-gated sodium channels for pain treatment and biomolecular tools.

Stanford researchers have developed novel compounds that are structurally inspired by the natural product scaffold of batrachotoxin. These molecules inhibit voltage-gated sodium ion channels isoforms thus inducing analgesic and/or anesthetic effects in vi...
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DNA Repair Compounds to Prevent Cancer

Stanford researchers have identified small molecules that can intercept cancerous or pre-cancerous cells by activating DNA repair in cells damaged by oxidative stress. These compounds could be used as chemopreventive or chemotherapeutic agents to prevent ...
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