Ultrastructural localization of PGP 9.5 and ubiquitin immunoreactivities in rat ductus epididymidis epithelium View Full Text


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DATE

1995-06

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R. Martín, L. Santamaría, B. Fraile, R. Paniagua, J. M. Polak

ABSTRACT

The distribution of protein gene product 9.5 (PGP) and ubiquitin in the spermatozoa and epithelial cells in the different regions of the rat duetus epididymidis (proximal caput, distal caput, corpus and cauda) was studied by Western blotting analyses and electron microscopical immunogold labelling. Western blotting analyses showed that the PGP immunoreactive band was very intense in the caput and cauda epididymidis and almost irrelevant in the corpus, while the ubiquitin immunoreactive band was intense in the distal caput and cauda. No ubiquitin immunoreactive band was observed in the proximal caput and only a very weak band was seen in the corpus. The results of electron microscopical immunogold labelling varied from one epididymal region to another. The proximal caput epididymidis presented immunoreaction to PGP in the rough endoplasmic reticulum, cytosol, mitochondria and microvilli of most principal cells, and in the cytosol, rough endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria of most basal cells. No ubiquitin immunoreaction was observed in this epididymal region. In the distal caput epididymidis, PGP immunoreactivity was detected in some principal and basal cells in the same intracellular locations as described in the proximal caput. In this region, ubiquitin immunoreactivity appears in the apical cytosol and mitochondria of principal cells. The corpus epididymidis showed no immunoreaction to PGP or ubiquitin. In the cauda epididymidis, immunostaining to PGP was observed in most clear cells and in isolated principal cells. The intracellular location of PGP in both cell types was the cytosol, mitochondria and microvilli. Ubiquitin immunoreactivity was detected in the perinuclear cytosol and mitochondria — but not in the digestive vacuoles — of some clear cells. Scanty ubiquitin immunolabelling was also found in the microvilli, cytosol and mitochondria of some principal cells. The head of the spermatozoa present in the ductal lumen in all epididymal regions immunoreacted intensely to PGP. Ubiquitin was detected in the intermediate piece and residual cytoplasm of intraluminal spermatozoa present in the corpus and cauda epididymidis. These findings suggest that a non-ubiquitinated PGP irnrnunoreactive protein is secreted by the principal cells in caput epididymidis and binds the spermatozoon heads. It is possible that the clear cells of the cauda epididymidis secrete the ubiquitin that binds to spermatozoon tail. More... »

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431-439

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