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  • Signal transduction, cancer, metabolism, phospholipase C

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방사선 조사후 백서 공장 점막의 재생과정에서 5-fluorouracil 투여가 phospholipsse C 와 ras 암유전자단백의 발현에 미치는 영향

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방사선 조사후 백서 공장 점막의 재생과정에서 5-fluorouracil 투여가 phospholipsse C 와 ras 암유전자단백의 발현에 미치는 영향
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The Influence of 5-Fluorouracil Administration Mode on the Expression of Phospholipase C and Ras Oncoprotein Associated with Regeneration of Rat Intestinal Mucosa Following Radiation
Author
Suh, Pann-Ghill박경란이정식김성숙이영한류성호
Issue Date
1994-01
Publisher
대한방사선종양학회
Citation
Radiation Oncology Journal, v.12, no.3, pp.271 - 284
Abstract
Purpose : Phospholipase C(PLC) isozymes play significant roles in transmembrane signal transduction. PLC- γ1 acts as the intracellular effector in signal transduction for cellular proliferation and differentiation. Ras oncoprotein is also involved in cell growth. We determined the biological significance of PLC and ras oncoprotein in regeneration following radiation and the effect of different modes of administration of 5-FU. Materials and Methods : To determine the effect of the administration mode of 5-FU on the regeneration of intestinal mucosa of rats following radiation, we compared the expression of PLC and ras oncoprotein in six groups. Group I had no treatment. Group II received radiation(8 Gy) only. Group III received radiation(8 Gy) and 5-FU(150mg/kg) continuous intravenous (iv) infusion for 12 hours. Group IV received radiation(8 Gy) and 5-FU(750mg/kg) iv bolus injection. Group V received only 5-FU(150mg/kg) continuous iv infusion for 12 hours, Group VI received only 5-FU (150mg/kg) iv bolus injection. Through immunoblotting and immunohistochemistry, we examined the expression of PLC and ras oncoprotein in rat jejunum at 96 hours after radiation or 5-FU administration and at 120 hours after radiation and 5-FU adminstration. We also investigated the histological findings using hematoxylin and eosin stain. Results : In the immunohistochemistry study, PLC- γ1 expression was the highest in group III followed by groups II and VI in that order and was weakly positive in groups V and VI. PLC- γ1 was hardly detected in the control group. The expression of ras oncoprotein was the same as the PLC- γ1 expression for all groups. These results were confirmed by the histological findings regarding the mucosal regeneration. In the immunoblotting analysis, PLC- γ1 expression was the highest in group III followed by group IV and II in that order. This difference between the immunoblotting and immunohistochemistry study was due to the high expression of PLC- γ1 on the damaged surface epithelium rather than to its expression in the regeneration region as observed in the immunohistochemistry study for group IV. The expression of PLC- δ1 was positive only in group V and VI, which received both radiation and 5-FU, and the expression of PLC- β1 was negligible for all groups. Conclusion : These results suggest that PLC- γ1 mediated signal transduetion and ras oncoprotein may have a significant role in mucosal regeneration after radiation, and that continuous iv infusion of 5-FU may induce active regeneration in intestinal mucosa following radiation. In addition, the expression of PLC- δ1 in combined group of radiation and 5-FU implies that PLC- δ1 may be involved in signal transduction mediated by concerted action between radiation and 5-FU.
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https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/11512
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http://scholar.ndsl.kr/schDetail.do?cn=JAKO199407523459455
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2234-3164
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