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|Título:||Piscine PTHrP regulation of calcium and phosphate transport in winter flounder renal proximal tubule primary cultures|
|Autor:||Guerreiro, P. M.|
Canario, Adelino V. M.
Renfro, J. Larry
|Palavras-chave:||Parathyroid hormone-related protein|
Proximal tubule cell
|Editora:||American Physiological Society|
|Citação:||Guerreiro, Pedro M.; Canario, Adelino V. M.; Power, Deborah M.; Renfro, J. Larry. Piscine PTHrP regulation of calcium and phosphate transport in winter flounder renal proximal tubule primary cultures, American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 299, 2, R603-R6, 2010.|
|Resumo:||Multiple factors control calcium (Ca2 ) and inorganic phosphate (Pi) transport in the fish nephron, and the recently discovered members of the piscine parathyroid hormone-like protein family are likely participants in such regulatory mechanisms. The effects of an NH2-terminal peptide (amino acids 1–34) of Takifugu rubripes parathyroid hormone-related protein, (1–34)PTHrP, on Ca2 and Pi transport were investigated in winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) proximal tubule cells in primary culture (fPTCs). RT-PCR performed on RNA extracted from fPTCs and from intact kidney tissue indicated that expression of PTHrP and types 1 and 3 PTH/PTHrP receptors occurred both in vivo and in vitro and that circulating levels of PTHrP measured by specific radioimmunoassay averaged 2.5 0.13 ng/ml. fPTC monolayers were mounted in Ussing chambers, and under neutral electrochemical conditions, addition of 10 nM (1–34)PTHrP to the basolateral side induced a slight increase in Ca2 transport rate from luminal to peritubular side, significantly stimulating net Ca2 reabsorption. (1–34)PTHrP also significantly increased the Pi secretory flux, and slightly reduced Pi reabsorption, evoking a significant increase in Pi net secretion. This stimulatory effect was partially inhibited by bisindolylmaleimide, an inhibitor of protein kinase C. Incubation of ex vivo flounder renal tubules with (1–34)PTHrP resulted in apparent reduction of Na -Pi cotransporter type II (NaPi-II) protein in tubule membranes. PTHrP seems therefore to participate in the modulation of Ca2 and Pi homeostasis by fish kidney.|
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