Effect of ethanol and DSIP on the 36Cl-flux in synaptosomal vesicles.

Article date: 1991/12/1

PubMed ID: 1666953

Journal name: Molecular and chemical neuropathology (ISSN: 1044-7393)


Delta-sleep-inducing peptide (DSIP) is an endogenous substance that regulates the response of the organism to stress. It was found that DSIP, like diazepam and ethanol, activates muscimol-stimulated 36Cl- uptake in the rat brain cortex and partially counteracts the stimulatory action of ethanol on this process. The effect of peptide disappears at the lowering of the incubation temperature. We propose that DSIP is a concordant regulator partly mediating its action through the membrane phospholipids.

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Author List: Yukhananov R, Rebrov I, Tennila T, Maisky A

Publication Types: Journal Article

Substances mentioned in the article: Chlorides; Membrane Lipids; Receptors, GABA-A; Muscimol; Ethanol; Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide; Diazepam;

Mesh terms: Animals; Biological Transport/drug effects; Cerebral Cortex/drug effects; Chlorides/metabolism; Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide/pharmacology; Diazepam/pharmacology; Dose-Response Relationship, Drug; Drug Synergism; Ethanol/pharmacology; Membrane Lipids/metabolism; Muscimol/pharmacology; Rats; Receptors, GABA-A/drug effects; Synaptosomes/drug effects; Temperature;

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