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Sulfate absorption in Aplysia californica gut: thyroid hormone stimulation

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Mucosal membranes of foregut epithelia of Aplysia californica contain a sodium/sulfate symporter. Mucosal or serosal application of triiodothyronine stimulated the absorptive activity of the sodium/sulfate symporter, whereas reverse triiodothyronine had no effect on it. It appears that thyroid hormone or its molluscan equivalent plays a role in the overall regulation of sulfate homeostasis by the A. californica gut.

Chez Aplysia californica, les membranes muqueuses des épithéliums du tube digestif antérieur contiennent un symporteur sodium/sulfate. L'application de triiodothyronine sur la muqueuse ou la couche séreuse stimule l'activité absorbante du symporteur, alors que la triiodothyronine inverse reste sans effet sur le symporteur. Il semble que l'hormone thyroïdienne, ou son équivalent chez les mollusques, ait un rôle à jouer dans la régulation globale de l'homéostasie des sulfates dans le tube digestif d'A. californica.[Traduit par la Rédaction]

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 2002

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