Effects of endothelins on hepatic stellate cell synthesis of endothelin-1 during hepatic wound healing.

Abstract:

:Endothelin-1 production is increased after liver injury and the subsequent wounding response. Further, endothelin-1 has prominent effects on hepatic stellate cells (key effectors of the hepatic wounding response), including on collagen synthesis, proliferation, and expression of smooth muscle proteins. We tested the hypothesis that endothelins (ETs) may regulate endothelin-1 production during hepatic wounding, and have investigated potential mechanisms underlying this process. Studies were performed on isolated stellate cells from normal and injured livers; in addition, potential autocrine effects of ET were assessed in vivo using an ET receptor antagonist in a model of liver injury. In stellate cells isolated from either normal or injured rat livers, ET receptor stimulation with endothelin-3 or sarafotoxin S6C (preferential ET(B) agonists) caused a dose-dependent increase in endothelin-1 production. Additionally, administration of a mixed ET antagonist in vivo during injury led to reduced stellate cell production of endothelin-1. The mechanism by which ETs stimulated endothelin-1 in this system appeared to be through upregulation of ET converting enzyme-1 (which converts precursor ET to mature peptide), rather than by modulation of precursor endothelin-1. We conclude that during liver injury and wound healing, stellate cell endothelin-1 production is, at least partially, stimulated by ETs via autocrine mechanisms that occur at the level of ET converting enzyme-1.

journal_name

J Cell Physiol

authors

Shao R,Rockey DC

doi

10.1002/jcp.10110

keywords:

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2002-06-01 00:00:00

pages

342-50

issue

3

eissn

0021-9541

issn

1097-4652

journal_volume

191

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