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Tyrosine kinase and mitogen-activated protein kinase/extracellularly regulated kinase differentially regulate intracellular calcium concentration responses to angiotensin II/III and bradykinin in rat cortical thick ascending limb.

Annette Hus-Citharel 1 Xavier Iturrioz 1 Pierre Corvol 2 Jeannine Marchetti 3 Catherine Llorens-Cortes 1
1 Neuropeptides centraux et régulations hydrique et cardiovasculaire
UPMC - Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, CIRB - Centre interdisciplinaire de recherche en biologie, INSERM - Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale : U691
Abstract : The cortical thick ascending limb (CTAL) coexpresses angiotensin (Ang) II/Ang III receptor type 1A (AT(1A)-R) and bradykinin (BK) receptor type 2 (B2-R). In several cell types, these two receptors share the same signaling pathways, although their physiological functions are often opposite. In CTAL, little is known about the intracellular transduction events leading to the final physiological response induced by these two peptides. We investigated and compared in this segment the action of Ang II/III and BK on intracellular calcium concentration ([Ca2+]i) response and metabolic CO2 production, an index of Na+ transport, by using inhibitors of protein kinase C (bisindolylmaleimide), Src tyrosine kinase (herbimycin A and PP2), and MAPK/ERK (PD98059 and UO126). Ang II/III and BK (10(-7) mol/liter) released Ca2+ from the same intracellular pools but activated different Ca2+ entry pathways. Ang II/III- or BK-induced [Ca2+]i increases were similarly potentiated by bisindolylmaleimide. Herbimycin A and PP2 decreased similarly the [Ca2+]i responses induced by Ang II/III and BK. In contrast, PD98059 and UO126 affected the effects of BK to a larger extent than those of Ang II/III. Especially, the Ca2+ influx induced by BK was more strongly inhibited than that induced by Ang II/III in the presence of both compounds. The Na+ transport was inhibited by BK and stimulated by Ang II/III. The inhibitory action of BK on Na+ transport was blocked by UO126, whereas the stimulatory response of Ang II/III was potentiated by UO126 but blocked by bisindolylmaleimide. These data suggest that the inhibitory effect of BK on Na+ transport seems to be directly mediated by an increase in Ca2+ influx dependent on MAPK/ERK pathway activation. In contrast, the stimulatory effect of Ang II/III on Na+ transport is more complex and involves PKC and MAPK/ERK pathways.
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Annette Hus-Citharel, Xavier Iturrioz, Pierre Corvol, Jeannine Marchetti, Catherine Llorens-Cortes. Tyrosine kinase and mitogen-activated protein kinase/extracellularly regulated kinase differentially regulate intracellular calcium concentration responses to angiotensin II/III and bradykinin in rat cortical thick ascending limb.. Endocrinology, Endocrine Society, 2006, 147 (1), pp.451-63. ⟨10.1210/en.2005-0253⟩. ⟨inserm-00423374⟩

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