publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Calcium signalling in exocrine pancreas

Julia Gerasimenko; Oleg Gerasimenko; Ole Petersen;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2018
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Key points Ca2+ signalling in different cell types in exocrine pancreatic lobules was monitored simultaneously and signalling responses to various stimuli were directly compared.Ca2+ signals evoked by K+‐induced depolarization were recorded from pancreatic nerve cells. Nerve cell stimulation evoked Ca2+ signals in acinar but not in stellate cells.Stellate cells are not electrically excitable as they, like acinar cells, did not generate Ca2+ signals in response to membrane depolarization.The responsiveness of the stellate cells to bradykinin was markedly reduced in experimental alcohol‐related acute pancreatitis, but they became sensitive to stimulation with tryp...
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free text keywords: Research Paper, Special section: Intracellular calcium signalling, Editor's Choice, calcium signalling, exocrine pancreas, pancreatitis, Physiology
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