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Title: Human Organic Anion Transporter 4 Is A Renal Apical Organic Anion/Dicarboxylate Exchanger in the Proximal Tubules
Authors: Sophapun Ekaratanawong
Naohiko Anzai
Promsuk Jutabha
Hiroki Miyazaki
Rie Noshiro
Michio Takeda
Yoshikatsu Kanai
Samaisukh Sophasan
Hitoshi Endou
Kyorin University School of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine, Thammasat University
Mahidol University
Keywords: Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology;Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutics
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2004
Citation: Journal of Pharmacological Sciences. Vol.94, No.3 (2004), 297-304
Abstract: Human organic anion transporter OAT4 is expressed in the kidney and placenta and mediates high-affinity transport of estrone-3-sulfate (E 1S). Because a previous study demonstrated no trans-stimulatory effects by E1S, the mode of organic anion transport via OAT4 remains still unclear. In the present study, we examined the driving force of OAT4 using mouse proximal tubular cells stably expressing OAT4 (S2 OAT4). OAT4-mediated E1S uptake was inhibited by glutarate (GA) (IC 50: 1.25 mM) and [14C]GA uptake via S2 OAT4 was significantly trans-stimulated by unlabeled GA (5 mM) (P<0.001). [ 3H]E1S uptake via S2 OAT4 was significantly trans-stimulated by preloaded GA (P<0.001) and its [14C]GA efflux was significantly trans-stimulated by unlabeled E1S in the medium (P<0.05). In additon, both the uptake and efflux of [ 14C]p-aminohippuric acid (PAH) and [14C]GA via S 2 OAT4 were significantly trans-stimulated by unlabeled GA or PAH. The immunoreactivities of OAT4 were observed in the apical membrane of proximal tubules along with those of basolateral organic anion/dicarboxylate exchangers such as hOAT1 and hOAT3 in the same tubular population. These results indicate that OAT4 is an apical organic anion/dicarboxylate exchanger and mainly functions as an apical pathway for the reabsorption of some organic anions in renal proximal tubules driven by an outwardly directed dicarboxylate gradient.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/21220
ISSN: 13478613
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