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Guanylin (active peptide), aa 78_92, Rabbit anti_Rat; ELISA_RIA

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[#YIAE1019.1] Guanylin (active peptide), aa 78_92, Rabbit anti_Rat; ELISA_RIA

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YIAE1019.1 | Guanylin (active peptide), aa 78_92, Rabbit anti_Rat; ELISA_RIA, 20 µl.
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(1) Gastrointestinal pain: unraveling a novel endogenous pathway through uroguanylin/guanylate cyclase-C/cGMP activation.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :23748116
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The natural hormone uroguanylin regulates intestinal fluid homeostasis and bowel function through activation of guanylate cyclase-C (GC-C), resulting in increased intracellular cyclic guanosine-3',5'-monophosphate (cGMP). We report the effects of uroguanylin-mediated activation of the GC-C/cGMP pathway in vitro on extracellular cGMP transport and in vivo in rat models of inflammation- and stress-induced visceral hypersensitivity. In vitro exposure of intestinal Caco-2 cells to uroguanylin stimulated bidirectional, active extracellular transport of cGMP into luminal and basolateral spaces. cGMP transport was significantly and concentration dependently decreased by probenecid, an inhibitor of cGMP efflux pumps. In ex vivo Ussing chamber assays, uroguanylin stimulated cGMP secretion from the basolateral side of rat colonic epithelium into the submucosal space. In a rat model of trinitrobenzene sulfonic acid (TNBS)-induced visceral hypersensitivity, orally administered uroguanylin increased colonic thresholds required to elicit abdominal contractions in response to colorectal distension (CRD). Oral administration of cGMP mimicked the antihyperalgesic effects of uroguanylin, significantly decreasing TNBS- and restraint stress-induced visceromotor response to graded CRD in rats. The antihyperalgesic effects of cGMP were not associated with increased colonic spasmolytic activity, but were linked to significantly decreased firing rates of TNBS-sensitized colonic afferents in rats in response to mechanical stimuli. In conclusion, these data suggest that the continuous activation of the GC-C/cGMP pathway along the intestinal tract by the endogenous hormones guanylin and uroguanylin results in significant reduction of gastrointestinal pain. Extracellular cGMP produced on activation of GC-C is the primary mediator in this process via modulation of sensory afferent activity.

Authors : Silos-Santiago Inmaculada, Hannig Gerhard, Eutamene Helene, Ustinova Elena E, Bernier Sylvie G, Ge Pei, Graul Christopher, Jacobson Sarah, Jin Hong, Liong Elaine, Kessler Marco M, Reza Tammi, Rivers Samuel, Shea Courtney, Tchernychev Boris, Bryant Alexander P, Kurtz Caroline B, Bueno Lionel, Pezzone Michael A, Currie Mark G,



(2) Contrasting effects of linaclotide and lubiprostone on restitution of epithelial cell barrier properties and cellular homeostasis after exposure to cell stressors.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :22553939
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Linaclotide has been proposed as a treatment for the same gastrointestinal indications for which lubiprostone has been approved, chronic idiopathic constipation and irritable bowel syndrome with constipation. Stressors damage the epithelial cell barrier and cellular homeostasis leading to loss of these functions. Effects of active linaclotide on repair of barrier and cell function in pig jejunum after ischemia and in T84 cells after treatment with proinflammatory cytokines, interferon-γ and tumor necrosis factor-α were examined. Comparison with effects of lubiprostone, known to promote repair of barrier function was carried out.

Authors : Cuppoletti John, Blikslager Anthony T, Chakrabarti Jayati, Nighot Prashant K, Malinowska Danuta H,



(3) Regulated, side-directed secretion of proguanylin from isolated rat colonic mucosa.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :10537127
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Guanylin, an activator of the guanylyl cyclase C receptor in the apical membrane of intestinal epithelium, modulates intestinal fluid and electrolyte transport. The bioactive 15-amino acid peptide originally isolated from rat intestine represents the C-terminal part of a longer, 115-residue prepropeptide. The aim of the present study was to characterize the direction and molecular form in which guanylin is secreted from the colonic mucosa, as well as the mechanisms that trigger its secretion. Isolated rat colonic mucosa was mounted in Ussing chambers, allowing the separate determination of apical and basolateral release. After HPLC purification, two different molecular forms of guanylin were identified in the apical incubation media by combining a bioassay for guanylyl cyclase C activation, a specific guanylin enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and mass spectrometry, as well as sequence analysis: a bioactive form coeluting with synthetic 15-residue guanylin and the 94-residue propeptide, guanylin-22-115. The basal concentration of proguanylin at the apical side of epithelia was about 15-fold higher, compared with that of the small, bioactive peptide. In the basolateral incubation media, no proguanylin and only very low amounts of bioactive guanylin were detected. Incubation with carbachol led to a significant increase of about 7-fold in the release of proguanylin to both sides of the isolated epithelia. On the apical side, a concomitant increase of the small, bioactive peptide was observed; whereas, on the basolateral side, its concentration remained unchanged. Vasoactive intestinal peptide or the NO-donor S-nitroso-N-acetylpenicillamine did not affect guanylin secretion. Our results suggest that, in the intestine, guanylin is secreted mainly to the luminal side of the epithelium. The peptide is released as a 94-residue propeptide, which is then processed to a smaller, bioactive form (luminocrine secretion). Carbachol stimulates the release of proguanylin to both sides of the intestinal mucosa, but a parallel increase in the bioactive C-terminal derivative only occurs on the apical side. In vivo, the basolateral release could be a source of circulating proguanylin, which might be processed proteolytically to the active peptide in distant target tissues (endocrine secretion).

Authors : Martin S, Adermann K, Forssmann W G, Kuhn M,



(4) A functional CFTR protein is required for mouse intestinal cAMP-, cGMP- and Ca(2+)-dependent HCO3- secretion.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :9423183
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1. Most segments of the gastrointestinal tract secrete HCO3-, but the molecular nature of the secretory mechanisms has not been identified. We had previously speculated that the regulator for intestinal electrogenic HCO3- secretion is the cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator (CFTR) channel. To prove this hypothesis, we have now measured HCO3- secretion by pH-stat titration, and recorded the electrical parameters of in vitro duodenum, jejunum and ileum of mice deficient in the gene for the CFTR protein ('CF-mice') and their normal littermates. 2. Basal HCO3- secretory rates were reduced in all small intestinal segments of CF mice. Forskolin, PGE2, 8-bromo-cAMP and VIP (cAMP-dependent agonists), heat-stable enterotoxin of Escherichia coli (STa), guanylin and 8-bromo-cGMP (cGMP-dependent agonists) and carbachol (Ca2+ dependent) stimulated both the short-circuit current (Isc) and the HCO3- secretory rate (JHCO3-) in all intestinal segments in normal mice, whereas none of these agonists had any effect on JHCO3- in the intestine of CF mice. 3. To investigate whether Cl(-)-HCO3- exchangers, which have been implicated in mediating the response to some of these agonists in the intestine, were similarly active in the small intestine of normal and CF mice, we studied Cl- gradient-driven 36Cl- uptake into brush-border membrane (BBM) vesicles isolated from normal and CF mouse small intestine. Both the time course and the peak value for 4,4'-diisothiocyanostilbene-2',2-disulphonic acid (DIDS)-inhibited 36Cl- uptake was similar in normal and CF mice BBM vesicles. 4. In summary, the results demonstrate that the presence of the CFTR channel is necessary for agonist-induced stimulation of electrogenic HCO3- secretion in all segments of the small intestine, and all three intracellular signal transduction pathways stimulate HCO3- secretion exclusively via activation of the CFTR channel.

Authors : Seidler U, Blumenstein I, Kretz A, Viellard-Baron D, Rossmann H, Colledge W H, Evans M, Ratcliff R, Gregor M,