PMID: 9396069Jan 1, 1997Paper

Comparison of the antisecretory effect of endogenous forms of peptide YY on fed and fasted rat jejunum

Peptides
B EtoJ F Desjeux

Abstract

It is intriguing that the antisecretory peptide YY is present in plasma in two forms: PYY1-36 and PYY3-36. PYY3-36 has been found in human and rabbit blood within 30 min of the beginning of the meal, when the peak of water and electrolyte secretion occurs in the duodeno-jejunum. The aim of this study was therefore to compare the antisecretory effect of PYY1-36 and PYY3-36 in fed and fasted rat jejunum. The variations in electrolyte secretion were assessed by measuring the variations in short-circuit current (delta Isc) and transepithelial isotopic chloride fluxes in jejunal mucosa isolated from fed and fasted animal, and mounted in Ussing Chambers. In fasted animals, 2 x 10(-7) M PYY3-36 induced a reduction in Isc of -0.50 +/- 0.01 microEq/hr.cm2, which was not statistically different from that induced by 2 x 10(-7) M PYY1-36 (-0.60 +/- 0.01 microEq/h cm2). In contrast, in fed animals, 2 x 10(-7) M PYY3-36 did not trigger a significant response on Isc and net chloride flux, while the response to PYY1-36 was present but blunted. The absence of response was probably not related to the presence of secretory peptides because PYY3-36 was still able to induce a reduction in Isc after stimulation by a series of 10 different secretory ...Continue Reading

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