Mechanisms of accumulation of tyramine, metaraminol, and isoproterenol in isolated chromaffin granules and ghosts

Biochemical Pharmacology
R G JohnsonA Scarpa

Abstract

The effects of the transmembrane pH gradient (delta pH) and the transmembrane potential gradient (delta psi) on the uptake of several sympathomimetic amines were investigated, using bovine adrenal chromaffin granules isolated in isotonic sucrose. As previously described [R. Johnson and A. Scarpa, J. Biol. Chem. 254 3750 (1979)], freshly isolated chromaffin granules maintain an intragranular pH of 5.5 as measured by [14C] methylamine distribution and, in the presence of ATP, generate a delta psi of 80 mV, positive inside, as measured by [14C] methylamine distribution. When tyramine, metaraminol, and isoproterenol (1-50 mM) were added to well-buffered suspensions of granules at pH 7.0, a dose-related alkalinization of the granule interior was observed. Study of the time-resolved influx of the same amines labeled radiochemically (5-21 microM) revealed that all the amines were accumulated against an apparent concentration gradient. However, while accumulation of [14C] serotonin and [3H] isoproterenol was totally inhibited by reserpine, [14C] tryramine accumulation was inhibited by only 60% and [14C[ metaraminol uptake was unaffected. The ATP-dependent generation of a delta psi produced a stimulation of amine uptake in the order: se...Continue Reading

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