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- Arthur Brown, M.D., Ph.D., president and CEO of ChanTest, summed up the sentiments of a number of speakers at the recent “SBS Conference” in Lille, France, when he said, “Ion channels are as abundant as GPCRs in the known druggable genome and have as much potential as drug targets ...
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