TITLE

Expression profiling and immunolocalization of Na- d-glucose-cotransporter 1 in mice employing knockout mice as specificity control indicate novel locations and differences between mice and rats

AUTHOR(S)
Madunić, Ivana; Breljak, Davorka; Karaica, Dean; Koepsell, Hermann; Sabolić, Ivan
PUB. DATE
December 2017
SOURCE
Pflugers Archiv European Journal of Physiology;Dec2017, Vol. 469 Issue 12, p1545
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The expression and localization of sodium- d-glucose cotransporter SGLT1 ( SLC5A1), which is involved in small intestinal glucose absorption and renal glucose reabsorption, is of high biomedical relevance because SGLT1 inhibitors are currently tested for antidiabetic therapy. In human and rat organs, detailed expression profiling of SGLT1/Sglt1 mRNA and immunolocalization of the transporter protein has been performed. Using polyspecific antibodies and preabsorption with antigenic peptide as specificity control, in several organs, different immunolocalizations of SGLT1/Sglt1 between human and rat were obtained. Because the preabsorption control does not exclude cross-reactivity with similar epitopes, some localizations remained ambiguous. In the present study, we performed an immunocytochemical localization of Sglt1 in various organs of mice. Specificities of the immunoreactions were evaluated using antibody preabsorption with the Sglt1 peptide and the respective organs of Sglt1 knockout mice. Because staining in some locations was abolished after antibody preabsorption but remained in the knockout mice, missing staining in knockout mice was used as specificity criterion. The immunolocalization in mouse was identical or similar to rat in many organs, including small intestine, liver, and kidney. However, the male-dominant renal Sglt1 protein expression in mice differed from the female-dominant expression in rats, and localization in lung, heart, and brain observed in rats was not detected in mice. In mice, several novel locations of Sglt1, e.g., in eyes, tongue epithelial cells, pancreatic ducts, prostate, and periurethral glands were detected. Using end-point and quantitative RT-PCR in various organs, different Sglt1 expression in mice and rats was confirmed.
ACCESSION #
126260352

 

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