Regulation of ion transport in eel intestine by the homologous guanylin family of peptides.

@article{Yuge2007RegulationOI,
  title={Regulation of ion transport in eel intestine by the homologous guanylin family of peptides.},
  author={Shinya Yuge and Yoshio Takei},
  journal={Zoological science},
  year={2007},
  volume={24 12},
  pages={
          1222-30
        }
}
Since the gene expression of guanylin peptides and their receptors, guanylyl cyclase Cs, is enhanced in the intestine of seawater (SW)-adapted eels compared with fresh water (FW)-adapted fish, the guanylin family may play an important role in SW adaptation in eels. The present study analyzed the effect of three homologous guanylin peptides, guanylin, uroguanylin and renoguanylin, on ion movement through the eel intestine, and examined the target of guanylin action using Ussing chambers. The… CONTINUE READING

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