Targeting the CaVα-CaVβ interaction yields an antagonist of the N-type CaV2.2 channel with broad antinociceptive efficacy

Rajesh Khanna, Jie Yu, Xiaofang Yang, Aubin Moutal, Aude Chefdeville, Vijay Gokhale, Zunaira Shuja, Lindsey A. Chew, Shreya S. Bellampalli, Shizhen Luo, Liberty François-Moutal, Maria J. Serafini, Taehwan Ha, Samantha Perez-Miller, Ki Duk Park, Amol M. Patwardhan, John M. Streicher, Henry M. Colecraft, May Khanna

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