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Effect of porcine glucagon‐like peptides‐2 on tight junction in GLP‐2R + IPEC‐J2 cell through the PI3k/Akt/mTOR/p70S6K signalling pathway
- Qi, K. K., Sun, Y. Q., Wan, J., Deng, B., Men, X. M., Wu, J., Xu, Z. W.
- Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 2017 v.101 no.6 pp. 1242-1248
- cecum, cell lines, colon, cytoplasm, digestive tract mucosa, glucagon-like peptide 2, immunohistochemistry, muscles, neonates, occludins, piglets, protective effect, rapamycin, signal transduction, tight junctions
- Because of rare glucagon‐like peptide‐2 (GLP‐2) receptor (+) cells within the gut mucosa, the molecular mechanisms transducing the diverse actions of GLP‐2 remain largely obscure. This research identified the naturally occurring intestinal cell lines that endogenously express GLP‐2R and determined the molecular mechanisms of the protective effects of GLP‐2‐mediated tight junctions (TJ) in GLP‐2R (+) cell line. (i) Immunohistochemistry results showed that GLP‐2R is localised to the epithelia, laminae propriae and muscle layers of the small and large bowels of newborn piglets. (ii) GLP‐2R expression was apparent in the cytoplasm of endocrine cells in IPEC‐J2 cell lines. (iii) The protein expressions of ZO‐1, claudin‐1, occludin, p‐PI₃K, p‐Akt, p‐mTOR and p‐p70S⁶ᴷ significantly (p < 0.05) increased in GLP‐2‐treated IPEC‐J2 cells, and all of them significantly (p < 0.05) decreased when LY‐294002 or rapamycin was added. GLP‐2 improves intestinal TJ expression of GLP‐2R (+) cells through the PI₃k/Akt/mTOR/p70S⁶ᴷ signalling pathway.