Developed by Bernard Attali and Asher Peretz, MD, of the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, the medication, known as BL-7050, inhibits the transmission of pain signals throughout the body. In experiments measuring electrical activity of neurons, the drug has been shown to prevent the hyper-excitability of neurons, protecting against neuropathic pain and epileptic seizures.
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