J&J and University of Queensland to Develop Chronic Pain Drugs Using Spider Venom
The development team will use peptides from spider venom, which can block pain, to create drugs. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the project team will include University of Queensland researchers Paul Alewood and Glenn King.
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