Sodium Channels and Pain

submitted by: alex01

S. Waxman, MD, PhD. - Medical need for new analgesics is discussed by S. Waxman (Yale University) who evaluated the role of selective subtypes of sodium channels, particularly 1.7 and 1.8 subtypes, in the perception of pain. There is an unmet medical need for drugs to treat chronic pain and inhibitors of
selective sodium channels are in development as novel analgesics.

How it's Made: Toothpicks

submitted by: scivee-team

The process of turning raw wood into toothpics.From birch logs to the handy tool that helps you clean your teeth.