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Том 31, № 3 (1985)
https://doi.org/10.14341/probl1985313

69-73 41
Аннотация
Cyclic nucleotides are universal intermediary agents of hormones in the target tissues, however mechanisms of the regulation of the cAMP and cGMP content in the cell are rather complex and still obscure. More data have appeared of late on the involvement of blood serum lipoproteins in the regulation of various intracellular processes including adenylate cyclase activity. Therefore the purpose of the study was to investigate the effect of adrenaline, hydrocortisone, glucagon, insulin and blood serum lipoproteins on the cAMP and cGMP content in rat liver surviving sections. An attempt was made to study a cooperative effect of the above hormones and lipoproteins of various classes. The results obtained have shown that adrenaline and glucagon raise the cAMP level in rat liver surviving sections. The effect of adrenaline is mediated by beta-adrenoreceptors. Insulin lowers an increases the level of cAMP in liver sections determined by the effect of glucagon. A decrease of the initial cAMP content in response to insulin occurs after a short lag period. High density lipoproteins (HDLP3) reduce the cAMP content in liver surviving sections. A cooperative effect of lipoproteins of a very low density and adrenaline (or hydrocortisone) in the regulation of the cAMP content in the rat liver was revealed. The cGMP content in rat liver surviving sections does not change under the influence of the above hormones and lipoproteins.


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