Calmodulin content and in vitro contractility of duodenum from streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats: effects of insulin therapy and calmodulin antagonism

European Journal of Pharmacology
Y OztürkN Yildizoğlu-Ari

Abstract

The effects of experimental diabetes and insulin treatment on the decreased reactivity of isolated rat duodenum to KCl and calmidazolium, a specific calmodulin antagonist, were examined. After 8 weeks of streptozotocin diabetes, the contractile effect of KCl and the non-competitive antagonistic effect of calmidazolium against KCl on isolated rat duodenum were decreased. Calmodulin levels, as measured by radioimmunoassay, were also found to the decreased in duodenum from streptozotocin-diabetic rats. Neither impaired reactivity to KCl nor decreased calmodulin levels in diabetic rat duodenum were corrected by treatment with insulin (10 IU/kg for 20 days). Following insulin treatment, there was only a partial correction in the antagonistic effect of calmidazolium as shown by the increase in non-competitive antagonist affinity constant.

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