A disubstituted succinamide is a potent sodium channel blocker with efficacy in a rat pain model

Birgit T. Priest, Maria L. Garcia, Richard E. Middleton, Richard M. Brochu, Samantha Clark, Ge Dai, Ivy E. Dick, John P. Felix, Chou J. Liu, Brita S. Reiseter, William A. Schmalhofer, Pengcheng P. Shao, Yui S. Tang, Margaret Z. Chou, Martin G. Kohler, McHardy M. Smith, Vivien A. Warren, Brande S. Williams, Charles J. Cohen, William J. MartinPeter T. Meinke, William H. Parsons, Keith A. Wafford, Gregory J. Kaczorowski

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