Characterization of the chick carrageenan response

  title={Characterization of the chick carrageenan response},
  author={J. Todd Roach and Kenneth J. Sufka},
  journal={Brain Research},

Trichilia monadelpha bark extracts inhibit carrageenan-induced foot-oedema in the 7-day old chick and the oedema associated with adjuvant-induced arthritis in rats.

Evaluated anti-inflammatory properties of aqueous, alcoholic and petroleum ether extract of T. monadelpha suggest that the plant bark may be a potential source of antiinflammatory agents.

Evaluation of weight-bearing, locomotion, thermal antinociception, and footpad size in a carrageenan-induced inflammatory model in the cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus).

A carrageenan footpad injection prompts a measurable and grossly visible inflammatory response in the cockatiel and induces alterations in weight-bearing distribution in injected birds, providing a method to evaluate inflammation and lameness in small psittacine species.

Further studies on the anti-nociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of the aerial parts of Hilleria latifolia (Lam.) H. Walt.

Results indicate that HAE, EAE and PEE produce dose-related analgesic effects in mice and have significant anti-inflammatory properties after oral administration in animals.

In-vivo anti-inflammatory activity of different parts of Adansonia Digitata

The six extracts demonstrated varying degrees of anti-inflammatory effects, in a dose-dependent manner; with the stem extract giving the most potent activity with an ED50 of 145.3 ± 7.6 mg/kg.

An evaluation of the anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic effects of hydroethanol leaf extract of Albizia zygia in animal models

The results suggest that AZE possesses anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic properties, which justifies its traditional use and shows the involvement of the opioidergic, adenosinergic and the muscarinic cholinergic pathways in the analgesic effects of AZE.

Bakers’ yeast Induced Paw Edema and Fever in Chicks for Detection of Anti-inflammatory Effects of Alpha-lipoic Acid: A new Approach

A new induced paw edema model that is not only advantageous from an economic viewpoint, but also from a technical perspective is described, which has preemptive anti-inflammatory and antipyretic properties in broiler chicks.

Anti-Inflammatory and antipyretic effects of an ethanolic extract of Palisota hirsuta K. Schum roots

The results thus confirm the use of the Palisota hirsuta root ethanolic extract for inflammatory disorders in traditional medicine.

Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of an ethanolic extract of the aerial parts of Hilleria latifolia (Lam.) H. Walt. (Phytolaccaceae).

Findings suggest that the extract exerts in vivo anti-inflammatory activity after oral administration and also has antioxidant properties which may contribute to its activity.

Anti-inflammatory, Antipyretic and Antioxidant Properties of a hydroalcoholic Leaf Extract of Palisota hirsuta K. Schum. (Commelinaceae)

The findings present the extract with potent antioxidant properties which may account in part for its anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects which support its traditional uses.

Screening antidepressants in the chick separation-stress paradigm

The model was sensitive to acutely administered phenelzine (MAOI), imipramine (TCA), and maprotiline (NRI), but not citalopram (SSRI) and retained its sensitivity to these drug probes across both repeated administration procedures.



Carrageenan-induced acute inflammatory response in chicks.

Effect of the selective COX-2 inhibitors, celecoxib and rofecoxib in rat acute models of inflammation

Together these results provide consistent evidence indicating that the selective COX-2 inhibitors CLX and RFX, in contrast to DEX, INDO or SC-560, despite reducing greatly the Cg-induced pleural exudation, PGE2 content and paw oedema have only partial acute anti-inflammatory properties in two different rat acute models of inflammation.

Anti-inflammatory effects of etodolac: comparison with other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

The anti-inflammatory effects of etodolac (Eto) were compared with those of 6 other anti-inflammatory drugs: indomethacin (Ind), diclofenac Na (Dic), piroxicam (Pir), naproxen (Nap), ketoprofen (Ket)

Gabapentin and Pregabalin Can Interact Synergistically with Naproxen to Produce Antihyperalgesia

The use of gabapentin or pregabalin in low-dose combinations with naproxen may afford therapeutic advantages for clinical treatment of persistent inflammatory pain.

Endogenous analgesia in the chicken