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American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology. 1998;275(1 44-1):C303-C308.Abstract
We have investigated the role in vivo of mineralocorticoid and glucocorticoid hormones in regulating the rate of electrogenic amiloride- sensitive Na+ absorption across murine airway tissue studied in vivo (nasal potential difference) and in vitro (Ussing chambers). We found that elevating the plasma aldosterone concentration 10-fold (low-Na+ diet) had no significant effect on amiloride-sensitive Na+ absorption across tracheal or nasal epithelia. High doses of dexamethasone for I wk likewise did not change the rate of amiloride-sensitive Na+ absorption across airway epithelia. In contrast, both hormonal manipulations elevated the rate of colonic Na+ absorption. Furthermore, adrenalectomy (both normal and cystic fibrosis mice) also failed to alter Na+ absorption across airway epithelia. We conclude that, in vivo, neither the mineralocorticoid nor the glucocorticoid hormones significantly regulate the rates of amiloride-sensitive electrogenic Na+ absorption across airway epithelia in the adult mouse.
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