ziconotide


ziconotide
zi·con·o·tide zī-'kän-ō-.tīd n a calcium channel blocker C102H172N36O32S7 with analgesic and neuroprotective effects that has been used to relieve chronic intractable pain and is a synthetic analog of a constituent of the venom of a tropical marine snail of the genus Conus (C. magus)

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