The magnitude of mechanical allodynia in a rodent model of lumbar radiculopathy is dependent on strain and sex.

@article{LacroixFralish2005TheMO,
  title={The magnitude of mechanical allodynia in a rodent model of lumbar radiculopathy is dependent on strain and sex.},
  author={Michael L. Lacroix-Fralish and Maria D. Rutkowski and James N Weinstein and Jeffrey S Mogil and Joyce A Deleo},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2005},
  volume={30 16},
  pages={
          1821-7
        }
}
STUDY DESIGN This study examined the differences in tactile hypersensitivity across 6 different strains of male mice, and between male and female rats of 3 different strains in a rodent model of low back pain associated with lumbar radiculopathy. OBJECTIVE We investigated the possibility that differences in tactile allodynia following the same nerve root injury are affected by genotype and sex in rodents. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Low back pain associated with radiculopathy affects… CONTINUE READING

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