Chloride secretion by canine tracheal epithelium: I. Role of intracellular cAMP levels

@article{Smith1982ChlorideSB,
  title={Chloride secretion by canine tracheal epithelium: I. Role of intracellular cAMP levels},
  author={Philip L. Smith and Michael J Welsh and Jeffrey S. Stoff and Raymond A Frizzell},
  journal={The Journal of Membrane Biology},
  year={1982},
  volume={70},
  pages={217-226}
}
SummaryWe measured the short-circuit current (Isc) across canine tracheal epithelium and the intracellular cAMP levels of the surface epithelial cells in the same tissues to assess the role of cAMP as a mediator of electrogenic Cl secretion. Secretogogues fall into three classes: (i) epinephrine, prostaglandin (PG) E1, and theophylline increase bothIsc and cellular cAMP levels; (ii) PGF2α and calcium ionophore A23187, increaseIsc without affecting cell cAMP levels at the doses employed; and… CONTINUE READING

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