par Calderon Morales, Piedad ;Furnelle, Jacques ;Christophe, Jean
Référence American journal of physiology: Gastrointestinal and liver physiology, 1, 3, page (G247-G254)
Publication Publié, 1980
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Carbamylcholine, bombesin, pancreozymin, and pentagastrin elicited a similar increase in amylase secretion and phosphatidylinositol turnover in rat pancreatic fragments. The concentration of each secretagogue that provoked half-maximal stimulation of amylase secretion was three to six times lower than that which induced half-maximal stimulation of phosphatidylinositol turnover. The increased turnover of phosphatidylinositols due to carbamylcholine or pancreozymin, but not the secretory response, persisted in a calcium-free medium or in 90% heavy water. The replacement of the media Na + with Li + increased an atropine-resistant turnover of phosphatidylinositols, but did not stimulate secretion. The ionophore A-23187 (in a medium containing 2.5 mM Ca 2+) and 10 mM NaF induced a high secretory response, but exerted no effect on phosphatidylinositol turnover. K + at a 70 mM concentration provoked a phosphatidylinositol effect and hypersecretion. Secretin, vasoactive intestinal peptide, dibutyryl cAMP, dibutyryl cGMP, 8-bromo cGMP, and N 2-monobutyryl cGMP stimulated amylase secretion without an increased turnover of phosphatidylinositols. It is concluded that, in the rat pancreas, the increased turnover of phosphatidylinositols was directly associated with secretagogues inducing calcium movements.