Prostanoids counterbalance the synergism between endothelin-1 and angiotensin II in mesenteric veins of trained rats
Abstract Exercise-induced adaptations of the modulating mechanisms that influence the angiotensin (Ang II) responses assume different features depending on the venous bed. In femoral veins, exercise mobilizes vasodilator prostanoids to cooperate with NO in order to maintain reduced Ang II responses. On the other hand, exercise’s influence on the Ang II responses in veins that drain blood from the mesenteric region has been poorly described. Therefore, the present study aimed to identify the effects of a single bout of exercise, as well as exercise training, on the Ang II responses in mesenteric veins. The present study also aimed to investigate the involvement of prostanoids, NO and ET-1 in eventual exercise-induced modifications in these veins. To this end, mesenteric veins taken from resting-sedentary, exercised-sedentary, resting-trained and exercised-trained animals were studied in organ baths. In addition, the mRNA expression of prepro-endothelin-1 (ppET-1), as well as that of the ET A and ET B receptors, were quantified by real-time PCR in these veins. The results show that, either in absence or in presence of L-NAME, the Ang II responses were not different between groups. In the presence of indomethacin, higher Ang II responses were observed in the resting-trained animals than in the resting-sedentary animals. This difference, however, disappeared when L-NAME, BQ-123 or BQ-788 were added during incubation. In addition, no differences in ppET-1, ET A or ET B mRNA expression were observed between groups. Furthermore, in the presence of PD123,319, the Ang II responses in the exercised-sedentary animals were higher than those in the resting-sedentary animals. In conclusion, exercise training mobilizes endothelin-1 (ET-1) to reinforce the Ang II-induced responses mainly through ET A activation. On the other hand, vasodilator prostanoids are mobilized to act in parallel with NO in order to counterbalance the Ang II responses that have been potentiated by ET-1 in these trained animals. Highlights Exercise training modulates the angiotensin II responses in mesenteric veins. Modulation of angiotensin II responses in the mesenteric vein favors the venous return from splanchnic bed during exercise. Exercise-induced changes of angiotensin II responses in mesenteric veins involves prostanoids.
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