Select panicogenic drugs and stimuli induce consistent increases in tail skin flushes and decreases in core body temperature.

Abstract:

:Panic attacks (PAs) are episodes of intense fear or discomfort that are accompanied by a variety of both psychological and somatic symptoms. Panic induction in preclinical models (e.g. rats) has largely been assayed through flight and avoidance behavioral tests and cardiorespiratory activity. Yet, the literature pertaining to PAs shows that thermal sensations (hot flushes/heat sensations and chills) are also a common symptom during PAs in humans. Considering that temperature alterations are objectively measurable in rodents, we hypothesized that select panicogenic drugs and stimuli induce consistent changes in thermoregulation related to hot flushes and chills. Specifically, we challenged male rats with intraperitoneal injections of the GABAergic inverse agonist FG-7142; the α2 adrenoceptor antagonist yohimbine; the serotonin agonist D-fenfluramine, and 20% CO2 (an interoceptive homeostatic challenge). We assayed core body temperature and tail skin temperature using implanted radiotelemetry probes and tail thermistors/thermal imaging camera, respectively, and found that all challenges elicited rapid, high-amplitude (~7-9°C) increase in tail skin temperature and delayed decreases (~1-3°C) in core body temperature. We propose that thermal sensations such as these may be an additional indicator of a panic response in rodents and humans, as these panicogenic compounds or stimuli are known to precipitate PAs in persons with panic disorder.

journal_name

Behav Pharmacol

journal_title

Behavioural pharmacology

authors

Federici LM,Caliman IF,Fitz SD,Shekhar A,Johnson PL

doi

10.1097/FBP.0000000000000440

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2019-06-01 00:00:00

pages

376-382

issue

4

eissn

0955-8810

issn

1473-5849

journal_volume

30

pub_type

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