Opiranserin ( ; developmental code name INN VVZ-149) is a selective and combined glycine GlyT2 transporter blocker ( = 0.86 µM), IC 50 purine P2X 3 receptor antagonist ( IC = 0.87 µM), and 50 serotonin 5-HT antagonist ( 2A receptor = 1.3 µM) which is under development by Vivozon for the IC 50 intravenous treatment of postoperative pain.    As of April 2017, it is in  phase II clinical trials for this indication. The  of the drug was issued in 2017. INN
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