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Naltrexone stimulates LH secretion in vitro from the common carp [Cyprinus carpio L.] pituitary gland

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The effects of naltrexone on the in vitro luteinizing hormone (LH) secretion from whole pituitary glands as well as from dispersed pituitary cells of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.)in primary cell culture were studied. The perifusion of whole pituitary glands with naltrexone at a concentration of 10⁻⁴ M caused a significant increase of LH secretion compared to the control. This finding suggests that opioid peptides can indirectly affect LH secretion at the pituitary level, probably through the nerve terminals containing GnRH and/or DA present in the pituitary. In the perifusion of dispersed pituitary cells with naltrexone at concentrations of 10⁻⁶ or 10⁻⁴ M, significant increases of LH levels were found. Similar results were observed in static culture of dispersed carp pituitary cells: after 4 or 24 hours of culture in the medium containing naltrexone at concentrations of 10⁻⁶, 10⁻⁴ or 10⁻² M,a dose-dependent, statistically significant increase of LH secretion to the culture medium was found. The results from dispersed pituitary cell perifusions or cell culture with naltrexone indicate that this antagonist directly affects the pituitary cells and stimulates LH release from carp gonadotrophs.
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Celem niniejszej pracy było zbadanie wpływu naltreksonu na wydzielanie LH z całych przysadek mózgowych, jak również ze zdyspersowanych komórek przysadki mózgowej karpia. Peryfuzja całych przysadek mózgowych medium o koncentracji naltreksonu 10⁻⁴ M spowodowała istotny wzrost poziomu LH w medium w porównaniu z kontrolą (rys. 2). Wyniki te sugerować mogą pośrednie działanie peptydów opioidowych na sekrecje LH na poziomie przysadki mózgowej, prawdopodobnie poprzez obecne w przysadce zakończenia nerwowe, zawierające GnRH i/lub dopaminę. Istotny wzrost sekrecji LH obserwowano także ze zdyspersowanych komórek przysadki mózgowej pod wpływem naltreksonu (rys. 3). Zarówno w trakcie peryfuzji (Nalt 10⁻⁶,10⁻⁴ M), jak i statycznych hodowli (rys. 4) in vitro (Nalt 10⁻⁶,10⁻⁴ lub 10⁻² M). Wyniki doświadczeń in vitro (peryfuzje, hodowle komórkowe) wykonanych na zdyspersowanych komórkach przysadki mózgowej wskazują, że naltrekson bezpośrednio oddziałuje na komórki przysadki mózgowej i stymuluje uwalnianie LH z gonadotropów.
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p.5-16,fig.,ref.
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  • Department of Ichthyobiology and Fisheries, University of Agriculture, 30-199 Krakow-Mydlinki, Poland
  • Department of Ichthyobiology and Fisheries, University of Agriculture, 30-199 Krakow-Mydlinki, Poland
  • Department of Ichthyobiology and Fisheries, University of Agriculture, 30-199 Krakow-Mydlinki, Poland
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  • Department of Ichthyobiology and Fisheries, University of Agriculture, 30-199 Krakow-Mydlinki, Poland
autor
  • Department of Ichthyobiology and Fisheries, University of Agriculture, 30-199 Krakow-Mydlinki, Poland
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