Female-Attracting Peptide Pheromone in Newt Cloacal Glands View Full Text


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1999

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Sakae Kikuyama , Fumiyo Toyoda , Takeo Iwata , Noriyuki Takahashi , Kazutoshi Yamamoto , Hiroaki Hayashi , Satoshi Miura , Shigeyasu Tanaka

ABSTRACT

An attempt has been made to isolate and characterize the female-attracting pheromone in the abdominal glands of male red-bellied newts, Cynops pyrrhogaster. The active substance was isolated by two steps of purification using reverse-phase high-performance liquid chromatography. Direct sequencing of the final product revealed that it is a novel decapeptide. Its minimum effective concentration was estimated to be between 0.1 pM and 1.0 pM. The synthetic peptide showed a female-attracting activity similar to that of the native peptide. It acts through the olfactory organ of female newts. An immunoelectron microscopic study using the antiserum against sodefrin revealed that sodefrin exists predominantly within secretory granules in the epithelial cells of the abdominal glands. The immunoassayable sodefrin content in C. pyrrhogaster males was diminished by castration and hypophysectomy. The sodefrin level was increased markedly in the castrated and hypophysectomized newts after treatment with both testosterone and prolactin. Sequence analyses of sodefrin cDNA clones obtained from a C. ensicauda abdominal gland cDNA library revealed that the cDNA encoded a variant type of sodefrin peptide with substitutions of two amino acids. The synthetic sodefrin variant attracted C. ensicauda females but not C. pyrrhogaster females. These results indicate that the female-attracting pheromone differs between these two species of genus Cynops. More... »

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127-136

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