Mouse or rat models of Gulf War Illness are commonly used prior to human experimentation. Abstracts of some recent studies utilizing a mouse model of GWI are linked below.
- Prolonged Antibiotic Use Worsens Neuroinflammation and Increases the Risk of Neurodegeneration via Elevated Expression of Systemic IL-6 in Gulf War Illness Symptom Persistence Murine Model
- Nexinhib 20 ameliorates hepatic extracellular HMGB1 mediated M1 polarization and liver inflammation in a mouse model of Gulf War Illness
- Andrographolide Treatment Lessens Localized, Systemic Inflammation and Improves Other Pathophysiological Traits in a Mouse Model of Gulf War Illness