Nonaddictive Drug Compound Could Replace Opioids for Chronic Pain Sufferers

Source: Purdue University
A compound shows unparalleled selectivity in inhibiting the adenylyl cyclase 1 (AC1), making it a potential target for treating pain and reducing the dependency on opioids for pain management.
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