Krumschnabel 1997 Am J Physiol

From Bioblast
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Publications in the MiPMap
Krumschnabel G, Schwarzbaum PJ, Biasi C, Dorigatti M, Wieser W (1997) Effects of energy limitation on Ca2+ and K+ homeostasis in anoxia-tolerant and anoxia-intolerant hepatocytes. Am J Physiol 273:R307-316.

» PMID:9249565

Krumschnabel G, Schwarzbaum PJ, Biasi C, Dorigatti M, Wieser W (1997) Am J Physiol

Abstract: To gain more insight into the mechanistic basis of anoxia tolerance and intolerance, a comparative study was conducted on calcium homeostasis in goldfish and trout hepatocytes subjected to different forms of energy limitation. Using the fluorescent Ca2+ indicator fura 2, we observed that both chemical anoxia and true anoxia led to an increase of the concentration of cytosolic free calcium (Ca2+i) in the anoxia-sensitive hepatocytes of rainbow trout, whereas Ca2+i was maintained at control levels in the anoxia-tolerant hepatocytes of goldfish. Various lines of evidence suggest an intracellular origin of the Ca2+ increase observed in trout cells. Cyclosporin A, a specific inhibitor of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore in mammalian cells, was ineffective in preventing the Ca2+ increase, whereas a high dose of fructose depressed the Ca2+ surge by approximately 50%. The latter effect was not accompanied by improvement of the energetic state of the cells. A comparison of chemical anoxia with true (physiological) anoxia revealed that both treatments affected energy metabolism to a similar degree in trout hepatocytes, whereas the decrease of ATP seen in goldfish hepatocytes during chemical anoxia was absent during true anoxia. Elevation of Ca2+i with the calcium ionophore A-23187 led to a decoupling of unidirectional K+ fluxes in both normoxic and anoxic trout cells, whereas in goldfish hepatocytes the coupling of K+ fluxes was not affected by the rise of Ca2+i Keywords: goldfish, rainbow trout, lactate, cyclosporine A, fructose, metabolic depression

O2k-Network Lab: AT Innsbruck Oroboros


Stress:Ischemia-reperfusion  Organism: Fishes  Tissue;cell: Liver  Preparation: Intact cells 

HRR: Oxygraph-2k 

Environmental Physiology