Data for: Corticosterone and pyridostigmine/DEET exposure attenuate peripheral inflammation in a mouse model of Gulf War Illness: supporting a role for neuroinflammation.

Published: 24 December 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/k7m2swnw6s.1
James O'Callaghan,
Julie Miller,
Diane Miller,
Stephen Lasley,
Zachary Barnes,
Lindsay Michalovicz,
Nancy Klimas,
Kimberly Kelly,
Mariana Morris,
Alicia Locker,
Mary Ann Fletcher


RT-PCR of liver and Multiplex ELISA of serum cytokines/chemokines mRNA and protein, respectively. This data is collected from a GWI mouse model (see O'Callaghan et al., 2015), where mice received daily injections of a combination of PB and DEET for 14 days. On day 8, mice also received corticosterone in the drinking water for a total of 7 days. On day 15, the mice received a single injection of the sarin surrogate, DFP.



Animal Models in Neurobiology, Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay, Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction, Gulf War