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A new drug derived from scorpion venom reversed developmental damage in mice exposed to alcohol during pregnancy.
20 March, 2020
- Scientists tested a drug derived of scorpion venom on mice exposed to alcohol during pregnancy.
- The drug was able to reverse specific developmental damage caused by alcohol and will next be tested on humans.
- Researchers pinpointed specific molecular mechanisms causing developmental problems.
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