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Long-term effects of X-irradiation on gastrointestinal function and regulatory peptides in monkeys


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Griffiths NM, Linard C, Dublineau I, Francois A, Esposito V, Neelis KJ, Niemer-Tucker MM, van der Hage M, Broerse JJ, Wagemaker G Int J Radiat Biol 1999 Feb;75(2):183-91

Type de document > *Article de revue

Mots clés > radiobiologie digestive

Unité de recherche > Laboratoire de recherche en pathologies radio-induites_(LRPAR)

Auteurs > DUBLINEAU Isabelle, FRANCOIS Agnès, LINARD Christine

Date de publication > 01/02/1999

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PURPOSE: To investigate the long-term effects of X-irradiation on different aspects of gastrointestinal function in the non-human primate (Macaca mulatta). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Animals were exposed to X-radiation (5 or 6 Gy) or not (sham) and gastrointestinal function was investigated 4-6 years after exposure. Basal and agonist-stimulated short circuit current (Isc) responses were measured in isolated jejunum. Intestinal tissue was taken for histological analysis as well as for determination of mucosal marker enzyme activities and gastrointestinal regulatory peptide levels. Vasoactive intestinal peptide receptor characteristics were determined as well as VIP-stimulated Isc responses. GI peptides were also measured in plasma. RESULTS: Few differences were seen in basal electrical parameters or tissue morphology but there was a tendency for reduced basolateral membrane enzyme activity. VIP-stimulated Isc responses were reduced in irradiated animals as were VIP-stimulated adenylate cyclase responses. Plasma and tissue (ileal and colonic muscle layers) gastrin releasing peptide levels were increased in irradiated animals. In contrast circulating gastrin levels were lower. CONCLUSIONS: Late effects of total-body irradiation on GI function in monkeys showed altered circulating and tissue levels of some GI peptides. In addition the biological effects of vasoactive intestinal peptide were modified.