Section 44
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Localization of (3H) histamine and (3H) prostaglandin E2 receptors in isolated cells of rat gastric mucosa

Bersimbaev, R.I.; Tairov, M.M.; Argutinskaia, S.V.; Salganik, R.I.

Biokhimiia 48(7): 1113-1121


ISSN/ISBN: 0320-9725
PMID: 6137245
Accession: 043547437

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Isolated cells of rat gastric mucosa were obtained by treatment of rat stomach with pronase. Two fractions were isolated, one of which was rich (up to 90%) and the second one poor (to 25%) of parietal cells. Using specific antagonists and agonists of H1- and H2-receptors of histamine (diphenhydramine, metiamide, cimetidine, impromidine, dimaprit) the H2-receptors of histamine were shown to be localized in parietal cells. A preferential binding of (3H)prostaglandin E2 by the receptor proteins of plasma membranes of non-parietal (presumably mucoid) cells was found. The data obtained indicate that rat gastric mucosa contains receptors of histamine and PGE2 which differ in their intracellular localization and strictly selectively bind (3H)histamine and (3H)PGE2. It is assumed that the starting point in the mechanism of action of these intercellular regulators on gastric secretion is probably the process of their specific recognition by the protein receptors localized in functionally different cells.

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