Data from: TSPO PET Using [18F]PBR111 reveals persistent neuroinflammation following acute diisopropylfluorophosphate intoxication in the rat

Brad A. Hobson, Douglas J. Rowland, Sílvia Sisó, Michelle A. Guignet, Zachary T. Harmany, Suren Bandara, Naomi Saito, Danielle J. Harvey, Donald A. Bruun, Joel R. Garbow, Abhijit J. Chaudhari & Pamela J. Lein
Acute intoxication with organophosphates (OPs) can trigger status epilepticus followed by persistent cognitive impairment and/or electroencephalographic abnormalities. Neuroinflammation is widely posited to influence these persistent neurological consequences. However, testing this hypothesis has been challenging, in part because traditional biometrics preclude longitudinal measures of neuroinflammation within the same animal. Therefore, we evaluated the performance of non-invasive positron emission tomography (PET), using the translocator protein (TSPO) radioligand [18F]PBR111 against classic histopathologic measures of neuroinflammation in a preclinical...
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