Stimulation of secretion by the T84 colonic epithelial cell line with dietary flavonols.

@article{Nguyen1991StimulationOS,
  title={Stimulation of secretion by the T84 colonic epithelial cell line with dietary flavonols.},
  author={T. D. Nguyen and Andrew T. Canada and Greg Heintz and Thomas W. Gettys and Jonathan A. Cohn},
  journal={Biochemical pharmacology},
  year={1991},
  volume={41 12},
  pages={
          1879-86
        }
}

Dietary flavonol quercetin induces chloride secretion in rat colon.

It is demonstrated that the dietary flavonol quercetin induces Cl- secretion and most likely HCO-3 secretion in rat small and large intestine.

The Secretory Response of the Rat Colon to the Flavonol Quercetin is Dependent on Ca2+‐Calmodulin

Results indicate that the chloride secretion induced by quercetin in rat colon depends on Ca2+ and calmodulin, and the cAMP pathway and inhibition of phosphodiesterase appear not to be responsible for the secretory activity of the flavonol.

Effect of the flavonol quercetin on ion transport in the isolated intestine of the eel, Anguilla anguilla.

The Chemopreventive Agent Resveratrol Stimulates Cyclic AMP–Dependent Chloride Secretion In vitro

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Flavonoids stimulate Cl conductance of human airway epithelium in vitro and in vivo.

The ability of the flavonoids genistein, apigenin, kaempferol, and quercetin to activate cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator-mediated Cl currents in human airway epithelium was investigated and data imply that the activation kinetics and the binding site(s) for flavonoid were significantly altered by forskolin stimulation.

Nobiletin Stimulates Chloride Secretion in Human Bronchial Epithelia via a cAMP/PKA-Dependent Pathway

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The effects of plant flavonoids on mammalian cells: implications for inflammation, heart disease, and cancer.

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Actions of Quercetin, a Polyphenol, on Blood Pressure

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