Selective inhibition of duodenal and jejunal villous cell alkaline phosphatase by the duodenal ulcerogen cysteamine

Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology
I JapundzicE Levi

Abstract

We have found that cysteamine-HCl, a potent duodenal ulcerogen, after a single subcutaneous injection (30 mg/100 g body weight), inhibited villous cell duodenal and jejunal alkaline phosphatase (APase) under in vivo and under in vitro conditions. The duodenal and jejunal crypt-cell APase was not susceptible to cysteamine inhibition. Ileal APase from both the villous and the crypt cells was unaffected by cysteamine. Tissue-nonspecific APase from the kidney and liver was not affected by cysteamine either. The differences in tissue and cellular accumulation of cysteamine, the submolecular differences in APase molecules, and its anatomical localization in mucosal cells along the small intestine could explain the different degrees of susceptibility to cysteamine inhibition. The extent of duodenal APase inhibition by cysteamine was highly pH-dependent and varied from 5% to 85% within a pH range of 7.5-10.5. A shift in pH optimum from 9.6 to 9.3 was found in the presence of cysteamine. The inhibition of duodenal villous cell APase was greatly dependent on cysteamine concentration (Ki = 2.65 mM). At a fixed concentration of cysteamine it was not influenced by substrate concentration. Cysteamine did not change the Km value for duodenal ...Continue Reading

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Citations

Jan 13, 2006·International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology·Snezana JesicSvetlana Stosic

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