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      Characterization of B 2-Bradykinin Receptors in Rabbit Principal Cells of the Collecting Duct

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          Bradykinin (BK) plays a key role in collecting duct functions. Using an established line of principal cells of the rabbit collecting duct (R.C. SV3), we examined the characteristics of the BK receptors in these cells. [<sup>3</sup>H]-BK bound specifically to R.C. SV3. Saturation binding analyses allowed K<sub>D</sub> (968 ± 232 p M) and B<sub>max</sub> values (356 ± 43 fmol/mg protein) to be calculated. Competitive displacement of [<sup>3</sup>H]-BK was observed with Hoe-140, a specific type 2 BK receptor (BKR-2) antagonist, but not with des arg<sup>9</sup>-BK, a BKR-1 agonist. The presence of BKR-2 was confirmed by the reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction technique. BK stimulated cytosolic calcium and inositol phosphate formation in a dose-dependent manner (from 1 n M to 1 µ M). BK also inhibited the arginine vasopressin dependent increase of cyclic adenosine monophosphate. This effect could not be related to the production of prostaglandin E<sub>2</sub>. These results demonstrate the presence of high-affinity BKR-2 in the principal cells of the rabbit collecting duct that are linked to phospholipase C activity and are involved in arginine vasopressin related regulatory loops.

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          Pharmacological characterization of a new highly potent B2 receptor antagonist (HOE 140: D-Arg-[Hyp3,Thi5,D-Tic7,Qic8]bradykinin).

          HOE 140 (D-Arg-[Hyp3,Thi5,D-Tic7,Oic8]bradykinin), a new B2 antagonist, was compared to R-493 (D-Arg[Hyp3-D-Phe7,Leu8]bradykinin) with respect to inhibition of the responses of seven isolated smooth muscle preparations to bradykinin. R-493 was found to exert: (a) high antagonistic activity on the rabbit jugular vein (pA2 of 8.86), (b) moderate activity on the rabbit aorta, guinea-pig ileum, hamster urinary bladder and human urinary bladder (pA2 of 5.76, 6.77, 7.16 and 7.15, respectively) and (c) a stimulatory effect on the guinea-pig trachea. On the other hand, HOE 140 showed identical apparent affinities (8.36-9.12) on all preparations except the rabbit aorta where it was inactive and the guinea-pig trachea where the compound was an antagonist (pA2: 7.42) without agonistic effect. HOE 140 is specific and selective for B2 receptors since it was inactive against angiotensin II, substance P, neurokinin A, desArg9-bradykinin, noradrenaline or acetylcholine in the various preparations. R-493 inhibited the contractile effects of bradykinin competitively, while HOE 140 was not competitive even at low concentrations (7.7 x 10(-9) M). These results demonstrate that HOE 140 is a potent B2 antagonist with high affinity, specific for kinin receptors and selective for the B2 receptor type, but is non-competitive. HOE 140 is the first bradykinin receptor antagonist that acts as such on the guinea-pig trachea without showing any agonistic activity.
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            Journal
            EXN
            Nephron Exp Nephrol
            10.1159/issn.1660-2129
            Cardiorenal Medicine
            S. Karger AG
            1660-2129
            1998
            December 1998
            06 November 1998
            : 6
            : 6
            : 534-541
            Affiliations
            INSERM 64, Hôpital Tenon, Paris, France
            Article
            20568 Exp Nephrol 1998;6:534–541
            10.1159/000020568
            © 1998 S. Karger AG, Basel

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