Renin secretion from permeabilized juxtaglomerular cells requires a permeant cation View Full Text


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1999-01

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Boye L. Jensen, Peter Ellekvist, O. Skøtt

ABSTRACT

The cytosolic concentration of chloride correlates directly with renin secretion from renal juxtaglomerular granular (JG) cells. In the present study, the mechanism by which chloride stimulates renin release was investigated in a preparation of permeabilized rat glomeruli with attached JG cells. An isosmotic increase in the concentration of chloride by 129 mM stimulated renin release 16- to 20-fold. Substitution of K+ by the impermeant cation N-methyl-d-glucamine (NMDG) abolished this response, while substitution with Na+ caused marginal inhibition. Substitution with Cs+ had no effect. Addition of sucrose, which permeates the secretory granules poorly, also abolished the stimulation of renin secretion by KCl. The response to KCl was not affected by K+-channel antagonists or by agonists of K+ channels. Chloride channel blockers were also without effect on the secretory response to KCl. When the ATP concentration was lowered from 1 to 0.1 mM renin release was stimulated, while an increase in the ATP concentration from 1 to 5 mM had no effect. Blockers of ATP-sensitive (KATP) channels did not modify the response to chloride. The present data suggest that chloride stimulates renin release after entry of KCl into the renin secretory granules which results in swelling and release of renin. More... »

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449-454

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