Early-onset treadmill training reduces mechanical allodynia and modulates calcitonin gene-related peptide fiber density in lamina III/IV in a mouse model of spinal cord contusion injury.

@article{Nees2016EarlyonsetTT,
  title={Early-onset treadmill training reduces mechanical allodynia and modulates calcitonin gene-related peptide fiber density in lamina III/IV in a mouse model of spinal cord contusion injury.},
  author={Timo A Nees and Anke Tappe-Theodor and Christopher S Sliwinski and Melanie Motsch and R{\"u}diger Rupp and Rohini Kuner and Norbert J Weidner and Armin Blesch},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2016},
  volume={157 3},
  pages={687-97}
}
Below-level central neuropathic pain (CNP) affects a large proportion of spinal cord injured individuals. To better define the dynamic changes of the spinal cord neural network contributing to the development of CNP after spinal cord injury (SCI), we characterized the morphological and behavioral correlates of CNP in female C57BL/6 mice after a moderate T11 contusion SCI (50 kdyn) and the influence of moderate physical activity. Compared with sham-operated animals, injured mice developed… CONTINUE READING
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