Deficits in spontaneous burrowing behavior in the rat bilateral monosodium iodoacetate model of osteoarthritis: an objective measure of pain-related behavior and analgesic efficacy.

Bryden LA
Nicholson JR
Doods H
Pekcec A
Scientific Abstract

To characterize deficits in burrowing behavior - an ethologically-relevant rodent behavior - in the monosodium iodoacetate (MIA) rat model of osteoarthritis (OA), and the sensitivity of these deficits to reversal by analgesic drugs of both prototypical and novel mechanisms of action. A second objective was to compare the burrowing assay to a spontaneous locomotor activity (sLA) assay.

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2015.Osteoarthr. Cartil., 23(9):1605-12.

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