Cerulein-induced acute pancreatitis diminished vitamin E concentration in plasma and increased in the pancreas View Full Text


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1995-06

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Jædrzej Antosiewicz, Jerzy Popinigis, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Tetsuo Hayakawa, Takashi Wakabayashi

ABSTRACT

Redistribution of vitamin E in the rat body was studied during acute pancreatitis induced by two intraperitoneal doses of cerulein 40 μg/kg of body weight at 1-hr intervals. Hyperamylasemia (2064±521 vs 6419±129 U/dL) and pancreatic edema (pancreatic water content, 71±1.2% vs 78±2%) were observed. In this model the increased level of lipid soluble fluorophore was also observed (274±18 vs 120±9.0 relative fluorescence per g dry wt). Parallel with these changes was a decrease in the level of vitamin E in the serum and an increase in the pancreas. The concentration of vitamin E in the pancreas after 6h was 162±8.5 ng/mg dry mass vs 128.1 ±6.1 ng/mg dry mass in control animals. The effect of heparin on vitamin E redistribution induced by acute pancreatitis was also investigated. It was found that heparin at a dose of 100 U/kg body mass prevents the drop of the vitamin E level in the serum as well as the increases in the concentration in the pancreas tissue. It was concluded that acute pancreatitis induced redistribution of vitamin E in the rat body. Moreover, we studied the effects of heparin treatment on oxidative stress in the pancreas tissue. Acute pancreatitis caused an increase in lipofuscin accumulation, and a decrease in protein sulfhydryl groups in citrate synthetase (CS) and in malate dehydrogenase (MDH) activity. Heparin treatment that protected vitamin E accumulation in the pancreas tissue did not influence the changes in the level of lipofuscin and proteins sulfhydryl. On the other hand rats treated with heparin showed a greater decrease in CS and MDH activities. More... »

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231-236

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