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Table 1 Correlation/regression analysis for anatomic marker densitometry values vs. cold behavior at postoperative day 45.

From: Behavioral and anatomical characterization of the bilateral sciatic nerve chronic constriction (bCCI) injury: correlation of anatomic changes and responses to cold stimuli

Receptor/Peptide Acetone L/G events L/G duration L/G latency Place preference crossover Place preference cold time
CCK R = 0.84;
p = 0.0086
R = 0.94;
p = 0.0005
R = 0.89;
p = 0.002
R = 0.93,
p = 0.006
R = 0.79;
p = 0.01
R = 0.86;
p = 0.005
MOR R = 0.46;
P = 0.24
R = 0.6;
P = 0.11
R = 0.68;
P = 0.06
R = 0.67;
P = 0.06
R = 0.6;
P = 0.11
R = 0.56;
P = 0.14
NPY R = 0.21;
p = 0.6
R = 0.28;
p = 0.48
R = 0.22;
p = 0.59
R = 0.16;
p = 0.7
R = 0.5;
p = 0.2
R = 0.43;
p = 0.28
NK-1R R = 0.71;
p = 0.04
R = 0.83;
p = 0.009
R = 0.86;
p = 0.005
R = 0.85;
p = 0.006
R = 0.79;
p = 0.01
R = 0.74;
p = 0.03
  1. Highly significant and strong correlations were found between CCK and or NK-1 R and all 6 cold behaviour tests responses (acetone, thermal cold plate 0.3°C lick/guard events; duration and latency and thermal place preference (0 vs. 45°C) crossovers and cold time. MOR and NPY did not demonstrate statistically significant correlations. L/G = lick/guard