CONTRATADOS
GIRARDI Elena Silvia
artículos
Título:
Effects of an adenosine analogue administration on the striatal NMDA receptors in an experimental model of epilepsy
Autor/es:
GIRALDEZ L, GIRARDI E
Revista:
NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
Editorial:
Elsevier
Referencias:
Lugar: Netherlands; Año: 2000 vol. 36 p. 243 - 243
ISSN:
0197-0186
Resumen:
Speci®c [3H]-MK801 binding to rat NMDA receptors following the administration of the convulsant drug 3- mercaptopropionic acid (MP) and the adenosine analogue cyclopentyladenosine (CPA) was studied in striatal membrane fractions. MP administration (150 mg/kg, i.p.) caused an increase of 53% and 82% in [3H]-MK801 binding during seizure and the postseizure period respectively. Administration of CPA (2 mg/kg, i.p.) raised [3H]-MK801 binding by 72%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 64%, was observed. Saturation results indicate that receptor sites increased their maximal binding capacity (Bmax) in all treatments while the apparent dissociation constant (Kd) remained unchanged. MP administration brought about an increase of 52% and 42% in [3H]-MK801 binding sites during seizure and postseizure respectively. Administration of CPA raised receptor density by 75%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 62%, was observed. These results show that striatal NMDA receptors have a selective role in seizure activity in the basal ganglia and that the adenosine analogue administration may modify [3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #3H]-MK801 binding to rat NMDA receptors following the administration of the convulsant drug 3- mercaptopropionic acid (MP) and the adenosine analogue cyclopentyladenosine (CPA) was studied in striatal membrane fractions. MP administration (150 mg/kg, i.p.) caused an increase of 53% and 82% in [3H]-MK801 binding during seizure and the postseizure period respectively. Administration of CPA (2 mg/kg, i.p.) raised [3H]-MK801 binding by 72%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 64%, was observed. Saturation results indicate that receptor sites increased their maximal binding capacity (Bmax) in all treatments while the apparent dissociation constant (Kd) remained unchanged. MP administration brought about an increase of 52% and 42% in [3H]-MK801 binding sites during seizure and postseizure respectively. Administration of CPA raised receptor density by 75%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 62%, was observed. These results show that striatal NMDA receptors have a selective role in seizure activity in the basal ganglia and that the adenosine analogue administration may modify [3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #3H]-MK801 binding during seizure and the postseizure period respectively. Administration of CPA (2 mg/kg, i.p.) raised [3H]-MK801 binding by 72%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 64%, was observed. Saturation results indicate that receptor sites increased their maximal binding capacity (Bmax) in all treatments while the apparent dissociation constant (Kd) remained unchanged. MP administration brought about an increase of 52% and 42% in [3H]-MK801 binding sites during seizure and postseizure respectively. Administration of CPA raised receptor density by 75%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 62%, was observed. These results show that striatal NMDA receptors have a selective role in seizure activity in the basal ganglia and that the adenosine analogue administration may modify [3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #3H]-MK801 binding by 72%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 64%, was observed. Saturation results indicate that receptor sites increased their maximal binding capacity (Bmax) in all treatments while the apparent dissociation constant (Kd) remained unchanged. MP administration brought about an increase of 52% and 42% in [3H]-MK801 binding sites during seizure and postseizure respectively. Administration of CPA raised receptor density by 75%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 62%, was observed. These results show that striatal NMDA receptors have a selective role in seizure activity in the basal ganglia and that the adenosine analogue administration may modify [3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #Bmax) in all treatments while the apparent dissociation constant (Kd) remained unchanged. MP administration brought about an increase of 52% and 42% in [3H]-MK801 binding sites during seizure and postseizure respectively. Administration of CPA raised receptor density by 75%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 62%, was observed. These results show that striatal NMDA receptors have a selective role in seizure activity in the basal ganglia and that the adenosine analogue administration may modify [3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #Kd) remained unchanged. MP administration brought about an increase of 52% and 42% in [3H]-MK801 binding sites during seizure and postseizure respectively. Administration of CPA raised receptor density by 75%. When CPA was administered 30 min before MP and rats sacri®ced at seizure (CPA+MPc), an increase of 62%, was observed. These results show that striatal NMDA receptors have a selective role in seizure activity in the basal ganglia and that the adenosine analogue administration may modify [3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #3H]-MK801 binding in a way similar to that of the convulsant drug. #
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