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“…the patterns of expression of the enzymes studied are essentially the same in the liver of rat, monkey, pig, mouse, and man (Wagenaar et al, 1994; Rg. 6.…”
Section: Gene Expression Around the Sublobar Branches Of The Hepatic mentioning
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“…the patterns of expression of the enzymes studied are essentially the same in the liver of rat, monkey, pig, mouse, and man (Wagenaar et al, 1994; Rg. 6.…”
Section: Gene Expression Around the Sublobar Branches Of The Hepatic mentioning
“…The hepatocytes surrounding the parenchymal branches of the portal and hepatic vein (central veins) within the liver lobule show gradients in gene expression, the intensity of staining depending on their position on the porto-central axis (Wagenaar et al, 199313). The gradients in gene expression of GS, CPS, and GDH protein are comparable in humans, monkeys, pigs, and rats (Gaasbeek Janzen et al, 1984, 1985Frederiks et al, 1986;Moorman et al, 1989;Wagenaar et al, 1994). We studied the patterns of expression of the periportal marker enzymes PEPCK and CPS, and the pericentral marker enzymes GS, OAT, and GDH in the rat at the mRNA level and compared them with the protein expression patterns of GS, CPS, and GDH in the liver of the rat, monkey, pig, and mouse in relation to the branching pattern of the afferent and efferent hepatic blood vessels.…”
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“…Whether originating from “up-acinus” periportal hepatocytes, the hepatic artery, or the portal vein, sinusoidal Glu is available for absorption by “down-acinus” pericentral hepatocytes, which express the high-affinity system Glu transporters and Glu-using enzymes for the synthesis of Gln and glutathione (Häussinger and Gerok 1983 ; Brosnan and Brosnan 2009 ; Braeuning et al 2006 ). If absorbed by pericentral hepatocytes, Glu and the “scavenged” sinusoidal ammonia that escapes incorporation into urea by periportal hepatocytes are incorporated into Gln by pericentral hepatocyte-specific GS activity, thus completing the hepatic Gln-Glu cycle (Moorman et al 1989 , 1990 ; Wagenaar et al 1994 ). Besides supporting Gln synthesis by GS, pericentral hepatocyte-localized system uptake of Glu complements pericentral hepatocyte-specific synthesis of glutathione by γ-glutamylcysteine ligase and glutathione synthetase (Braeuning et al 2006 ), as well as supplying Glu as source of gluconeogenic carbons and for de novo protein synthesis (Watford 2000 ).…”
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“…CPS I shows a complementary distribution in the liver lobule of the rat predominantly localised in hepatocytes surrounding the portal Welds and ranging into the midlobular zone of the liver lobule, whereas the pericentral zone is 'empty' (Wagenaar et al 1994). To investigate whether these diVerences in gene expression can be also detected in the proliferating clusters of transplanted hepatocytes and descendents, we investigated the expression patterns of CPS I in co-localisation with the donor-speciWc antigen CD26.…”
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