Nitric oxide synthase in human salivary glands View Full Text


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2006-06

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Jouni Soinila, Kyösti Nuorva, Seppo Soinila

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The distribution of the three nitric oxide synthase (NOS) isoforms was determined immunohistochemically in the human minor and major salivary glands with comparison to that of rat salivary glands. In contrast to rat glands, which contained a dense plexus of neuronal NOS-immunoreactive nerve fibers, only a minority of the nerve fibers in human glands showed neuronal NOS immunoreactivity. Human labial and submandibular glands contained sparse NOS-immunoreactive fibers, while only occasional nerve fibers in the parotid or sublingual glands were stained. Furthermore, in contrast to the animal glands, most duct epithelial cells in all human salivary glands were immunoreactive for neuronal NOS. No specific immunoreactivity for inducible or endothelial NOS were observed in the nerve fibers or duct epithelium. We provide evidence to suggest that the role of nitric oxide in the regulation of salivary gland function is different in human as compared to experimental animals. Nitricergic innervation in human tissue is very sparse and thus nitric oxide is probably of minor importance as a neural regulator of salivary glands. Instead, NOS localized in duct epithelial cells suggests that nitric oxide might directly regulate saliva secretion and it is a putative source of nitrates previously reportedly secreted into the saliva. More... »

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