Antiallodynic Effects of Bee Venom in an Animal Model of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type 1 (CRPS-I)
AbstractNeuropathic pain in a chronic post-ischaemic pain (CPIP) model mimics the symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I). The administration of bee venom (BV) has been utilized in Eastern medicine to treat chronic inflammatory diseases accompanying pain. However, the analgesic effect of BV in a CPIP model remains unknown. The application of a tight-fitting O-ring around the left ankle for a period of 3 h generated CPIP in C57/Bl6 male adult mice. BV (1 mg/kg ; 1, 2, and 3 times) was administered into the SC layer of the hind paw, and the antiallodynic effects were investigated using the von Frey test and by measuring the expression of neurokinin type 1 (NK-1) receptors in dorsal root ganglia (DRG). The administration of BV dose-dependently reduced the pain withdrawal threshold to mechanical stimuli compared with the pre-administration value and with that of the control group. After the development of the CPIP model, the expression of NK-1 receptors in DRG increased and then decreased following the administration of BV. SC administration of BV results in the attenuation of allodynia in a mouse model of CPIP. The antiallodynic effect was objectively proven through a reduction in the increased expression of NK-1 receptors in DRG. View Full-Text
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Lee, S.H.; Lee, J.M.; Kim, Y.H.; Choi, J.H.; Jeon, S.H.; Kim, D.K.; Jeong, H.D.; Lee, Y.J.; Park, H.J. Antiallodynic Effects of Bee Venom in an Animal Model of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type 1 (CRPS-I). Toxins 2017, 9, 285.
Lee SH, Lee JM, Kim YH, Choi JH, Jeon SH, Kim DK, Jeong HD, Lee YJ, Park HJ. Antiallodynic Effects of Bee Venom in an Animal Model of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type 1 (CRPS-I). Toxins. 2017; 9(9):285.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lee, Sung H.; Lee, Jae M.; Kim, Yun H.; Choi, Jung H.; Jeon, Seung H.; Kim, Dong K.; Jeong, Hyeon D.; Lee, You J.; Park, Hue J. 2017. "Antiallodynic Effects of Bee Venom in an Animal Model of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type 1 (CRPS-I)." Toxins 9, no. 9: 285.
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