Jul 1, 1989

Stimulation by McN-A-343 and blockade by telenzepine of acid secretion in the mouse isolated stomach at histamine-liberating cells

Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology
W KromerW A Simon

Abstract

(1) In the lumen-perfused mouse stomach in vitro, potential sites of gastric antisecretory action of the muscarine M1-receptor antagonist telenzepine were investigated. Acid secretion was stimulated by the muscarinic agonist McN-A-343 (1-1000 mumol/l). Neither basal nor McN-A-343-stimulated acid secretion was affected by 1 mumol/l TTX indicating that neuronal structures were probably not involved. (2) Acid secretion stimulated by 10 mumol/l McN-A-343 was inhibited by telenzepine (0.1-1.4 mumol/l) and cimetidine (10-140 mumol/l). Neither of the antagonists affected basal acid secretion. TTX had no inhibitory influence on the antagonist effect of telenzepine and cimetidine. (3) Compound 48/80 (100 mumol/l), which depletes histamine stores, initially mimicked but subsequently prevented the effect of McN-A-343. Prenylamine (50 mumol/l), which prevents histamine release, also abolished the secretagogue effect of subsequently administered McN-A-343. (4) Up to concentrations greater than 100 mumol/l, McN-A-343 did not stimulate acid production in rabbit isolated fundic glands and guinea-pig isolated parietal cells. Thus, parietal cells are not directly stimulated by McN-A-343. (5) Based on the site of action of the agonist McN-A-343 i...Continue Reading

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Histamine Measurement
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Antagonist Muscle Action
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