Molecular cloning and functional expression of atlantic salmon peptide transporter 1 in Xenopus oocytes reveals efficient intestinal uptake of lysine-containing and other bioactive di- and tripeptides in teleost fish.

@article{Rnnestad2010MolecularCA,
  title={Molecular cloning and functional expression of atlantic salmon peptide transporter 1 in Xenopus oocytes reveals efficient intestinal uptake of lysine-containing and other bioactive di- and tripeptides in teleost fish.},
  author={Ivar R\onnestad and Koji Murashita and Gabor Kottra and Ann-Elise Olderbakk Jordal and Shailesh Narawane and C{\'e}cile Jolly and Hannelore Daniel and Tiziano Verri},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2010},
  volume={140 5},
  pages={893-900}
}
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) is one of the most economically important cultured fish and also a key model species in fish nutrition. During digestion, dietary proteins are enzymatically cleaved and a fraction of degradation products in the form of di- and tripeptides translocates from the intestinal lumen into the enterocyte via the Peptide Transporter 1 (PepT1). With this in mind, a full-length cDNA encoding the Atlantic salmon PepT1 (asPepT1) was cloned and functionally characterized… CONTINUE READING

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MidgutContinuous withHindgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
MidgutNo subtypeHindgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
HindgutNo subtypeMidgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
MidgutSibling in part ofHindgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
HindgutSibling in part ofMidgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
MidgutSibling in is aHindgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
HindgutSibling in is aMidgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
HindgutContinuous withMidgut
In particular , asPepT1 mRNA was present in all segments after the stomach , with higher levels in the pyloric caeca and midgut region and lower levels in the hindgut . Depriving salmon of food for 6 d resulted in a approximately 70% reduction of intestinal PepT1 mRNA levels .
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