Jarinthorn Teerapornpuntakit

Jarinthorn Teerapornpuntakit
Naresuan University

PhD

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Vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) as a neurocrine factor released by enteric neurons has been postulated to participate in the regulation of transcellular active calcium transport across intestinal epithelium, but the preceding evidence is scant and inconclusive. Herein, transepithelial calcium flux and epithelial electrical parameters were deter...
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Although iron is an essential element for hemoglobin and cytochrome synthesis, excessive intestinal iron absorption—as seen in dietary iron supplementation and hereditary disease called thalassemia—could interfere with transepithelial transport of calcium across the intestinal mucosa. The underlying cellular mechanism of iron-induced decrease in in...
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The endocannabinoid system has been postulated to help restrict cancer progression and maintain osteoblastic function during bone metastasis. Herein, the effects of cannabinoid receptor (CB) type 1 and 2 activation on breast cancer cell and osteoblast interaction were investigated by using ACEA and GW405833 as CB1 and CB2 agonists, respectively. Ou...
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Thalassemia causes anemia, ineffective erythropoiesis, bone loss and iron accumulation in several tissues, e.g., liver, bone and heart, the last of which leads to lethal cardiomyopathy and arrhythmia. Although exercise reportedly improves bone density in thalassemic mice, exercise performance is compromised and might pose risk of cardiovascular acc...
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Abnormal calcium absorption and iron overload from iron hyperabsorption can contribute to osteoporosis as found in several diseases, including hemochromatosis and thalassemia. Previous studies in thalassemic mice showed the positive effects of the iron uptake suppressor, hepcidin, on calcium transport. However, whether this effect could be replicat...
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Parathyroid hormone (PTH) has previously been shown to enhance the transepithelial secretion of Cl⁻ and HCO3⁻ across the intestinal epithelia including Caco-2 monolayer, but the underlying cellular mechanisms are not completely understood. Herein, we identified the major signaling pathways that possibly mediated the PTH action to its known target a...
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In this article, we focus on mammalian calcium absorption across the intestinal epithelium in normal physiology. Intestinal calcium transport is essential for supplying calcium for metabolism and bone mineralization. Dietary calcium is transported across the mucosal epithelia via saturable transcellular and nonsaturable paracellular pathways, both...
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Excessive salt intake has been associated with the development of non-communicable diseases, including hypertension with several cardiovascular consequences. Although the detrimental effects of high salt on the skeleton have been reported, longitudinal assessment of calcium balance together with changes in bone microarchitecture and strength under...
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Whether the intestinal mucosal cells are capable of sensing calcium concentration in the lumen and pericellular interstitium remains enigmatic for decades. Most calcium-regulating organs, such as parathyroid gland, kidney and bone, are capable of using calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR) to detect plasma calcium and trigger appropriate feedback respons...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) leads to joint pain from intraarticular inflammation with articular cartilage erosion, deterioration of joint function and abnormal subchondral bone structure. Besides aging, chronic repetitive joint injury is a common risk factor in young individuals. Nevertheless, whether OA is associated with bone loss at other skeletal sites...
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One of the potential contributing factors for iron overload-induced osteoporosis is the iron toxicity on bone forming cells, osteoblasts. In this study, the comparative effects of Fe³⁺ and Fe²⁺ on osteoblast differentiation and mineralization were studied in UMR-106 osteoblast cells by using ferric ammonium citrate and ferrous ammonium sulfate as F...
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Parathyroid hormone (PTH) enhances cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR)-mediated anion secretion by the human intestinal epithelial cell line Caco-2. With the patch-clamp and Ussing chamber techniques, we investigated how PTH stimulates CFTR activity in Caco-2 cells. Cell-attached recordings revealed that PTH stimulated the op...
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Several investigations have shown that pregnancy and lactation are able to induce elongation of long bone by altering epiphyseal cartilage function in a prolactin-dependent manner. Since the transcription factor Sox9 is of utmost importance for chondrocyte proliferation and differentiation and since bromocriptine, a dopaminergic D2 agonist widely u...
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β-thalassemia is often associated with hyperglycemia, osteoporosis and increased fracture risk. However, the underlying mechanisms of the thalassemia-associated bone loss remain unclear. It might result from abnormal activities of osteoblasts and osteoclasts, and perhaps prolonged exposure to high extracellular glucose. Herein, we determined the ra...
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Hypertension and osteoporosis are the major non-communicable diseases in the elderly worldwide. Although clinical studies reported that hypertensive patients experienced significant bone loss and likelihood of fracture, the causal relationship between hypertension and osteoporosis has been elusive due to other confounding factors associated with th...
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Besides the two canonical calciotropic hormones, namely parathyroid hormone and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D [1,25(OH)2D3], there are several other endocrine and paracrine factors, such as prolactin, estrogen, and insulin-like growth factor that have been known to directly stimulate intestinal calcium absorption. Generally, to maintain an optimal plasma...
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Long-term high-calcium intake and intestinal calcium hyperabsorption are hazardous to the body. It is hypothesized that enterocytes possess mechanisms for preventing superfluous calcium absorption, including secretion of negative regulators of calcium absorption and utilization of calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR) to detect luminal calcium. Herein, C...
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Purpose: To determine bone mineral density (BMD) at the age of peak bone mass in women who previously experienced pregnancy and breastfeeding during adolescence. Materials and methods: In this retrospective study, female volunteers aged 24-30 years who were pregnant during the age of 15-19 years and have had one to two babies were recruited. All...
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Osteoporosis and derangement of calcium homeostasis are common complications of thalassemia. Despite being an important process for bone and calcium metabolism, little is known about intestinal calcium transport in thalassemia. Recent reports of decreases in both intestinal calcium transport and bone mineral density in thalassemic patients and anim...
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Background Obese-insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) profoundly impair bone mechanical properties and bone quality. However, since several antidiabetic drugs, especially thiazolidinediones, further aggravate bone loss in diabetic individuals, diabetic osteopathy should not be treated simply by using any glucose-lowering agents. R...
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Overdose of oral calcium supplement and excessive intestinal calcium absorption can contribute pathophysiological conditions, e.g., nephrolithiasis, vascular calcification, dementia, and cardiovascular accident. Since our previous investigation has indicated that fibroblast growth factor (FGF)-23 could abolish the 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 [1,25(OH)...
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Several severe stressful situations, e.g., natural disaster, infectious disease out break, and mass casualty, are known to cause anxiety, depression and cognitive impairment, and preventive intervention for these stress complications is worth exploring. We have previously reported that the serotonin-norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor, venla...
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Purpose: Lactation often affects calcium metabolism and induces bone loss. Calcium supplementation and a high calcium diet are recommended to prevent bone loss, especially during inadequate calcium intake. Our study aimed at determining bone loss in breastfeeding mothers, and if it occurred, whether it was site specific and there were correlations...
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Parathyroid hormone (PTH), a pleiotropic hormone that maintains mineral homeostasis, is also essential for controlling pH balance and ion transport across renal and intestinal epithelia. Optimization of luminal pH is important for absorption of trace elements, e.g., calcium and phosphorus. We have previously demonstrated that PTH rapidly stimulated...
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Previously, β-thalassemia, an inherited anemic disorder with iron overload caused by loss-of-function mutation of β-globin gene, has been reported to induce osteopenia and impaired whole-body calcium metabolism, but the pathogenesis of aberrant calcium homeostasis remains elusive. Herein, we investigated how β-thalassemia impaired intestinal calciu...
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In the present study, scaffolds for bone tissue engineering applications were made by immersing the inorganic phases of three different calcium phosphate (CaPs) (hydroxyapatite (HA), tricalcium phosphate (TCP), and biphasic calcium phosphate (BCP)) mixing bioactive glass (15Ca:80Si:5P) (BG) with polycaprolactone (PCL) as a binder in an organic phas...
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As a bone-derived hormone, fibroblast growth factor-23 (FGF-23) negatively regulates phosphate and calcium metabolism, while retaining growth-promoting action for mesenchymal cell differentiation. Elevated FGF-23 levels together with hyperparathyroidism are often observed in chronic kidney disease, which is associated with impaired bone mineralizat...
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As the principal lactogenic hormone, prolactin (PRL) not only induces lactogenesis but also enhances intestinal calcium absorption to supply calcium for milk production. How the intestinal epithelium responses to PRL is poorly understood, but it is hypothesized to increase mucosal absorptive surface area and calcium transporter expression. Herein,...
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β-thalassemia, a hereditary anemic disorder, is often associated with skeletal complications that can be found in both male and female. The present study aimed to investigate the age- and sex-dependent changes in bone mineral density (BMD) and trabecular microstructure in β(IVSII-654) knockin thalassemic mice. Dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)...
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To develop a detection method for human pathogenic Listeria monocytogenes, novel specific antibodies were obtained from hybridoma libraries generated by using formalin-killed and heat-killed L. monocytogenes as immunogens. Several monoclonal antibodies found to be specific to Listeria spp. or L. monocytogenes were evaluated for their applicability...
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In the present study, composite scaffolds made with different weight ratios (0.5:1, 1:1 and 2:1) of bioactive glass (15Ca:80Si:5P) (BG)/polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) (PVABG) and chitosan (Chi)/collagen (Col) (ChiCol) were prepared by three mechanical freeze–thaw followed by freeze-drying to obtain the porous scaffolds. The mechanical properties and the i...
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A marked decrease in β-globin production led to β-thalassemia, a hereditary anemic disease associated with bone marrow expansion, bone erosion, and osteoporosis. Herein, we aimed to investigate changes in bone mineral density (BMD) and trabecular microstructure in hemizygous β-globin knockout thalassemic (BKO) mice, and to determine whether enduran...
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In pregnancy and lactation, maternal adaptation for the enhancement of intestinal ion and nutrient absorption is of paramount importance for fetal development and lactogenesis. This nutrient hyperabsorption has been reported to result from upregulation of transporter gene expression, in part, under control of lactogenic hormone prolactin (PRL). Sin...
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During lactation, the osteoclast-mediated bone resorption and intestinal calcium hyperabsorption help provide extra calcium for lactogenesis. Since the suckling-induced surge of pituitary prolactin (PRL) rapidly stimulates calcium absorption in lactating rats, it is hypothesized that pre-suckling oral calcium supplementation should be an efficient...
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We have synthesized scaffolding materials based on iron-loaded silicon substituted hydroxyapatite (SiHAp) (FeSiHAp). The compounds, Ca10-x(Fe-x)(PO4)(5)-(SiO4)(OH)(2-delta) (x = 0.1, 0.3, 0.5), were synthesized using the stoichiometric amounts of the chemical constituents. Both physicochemical properties (structure, surface charge and hardness) and...
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A drug delivery vehicle consisting of spherical calcium phosphate-collagen particles covered by flower-like (SFCaPCol) blossoms composed of nanorod building blocks and their cellular response is studied. The spherical structure was achieved by a combination of sonication and freeze-drying. The SFCaPCol blossoms have a high surface area of approxima...
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Besides being a common haematological disorder caused by a reduction in β-globin production, β-thalassemia has been reported to impair body calcium homeostasis, leading to massive bone loss and increased fracture risk. Here, we demonstrated that heterozygous β-globin knockout thalassemic mice had a lower rate of duodenal calcium absorption compared...
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The aim in this research is to study the physical and biocompatible properties of hydroxyapatite (HAp) composites (HApTiR) having different amounts of titania rod (TiR) in them (10–90 wt.%). The HAp and TiR were produced using hydrothermal and co-precipitation under reflux methods, respectively. The physical properties and the in vitro biocompatibi...
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In lactation, the intestinal absorption of nutrients and minerals, especially calcium, is markedly enhanced to supply precursors for milk production. Little is known regarding the mechanism of this lactation-induced intestinal hyperabsorption. However, it has been postulated to result from villous hypertrophy with enlarged absorptive area and the u...
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Chronic stress has been reported to decrease bone density and intestinal calcium absorption, but its underlying mechanism remains elusive. Since long-term exposure to glucocorticoids, major stress hormones from adrenal gland, is known to downregulate the mRNA expression of intestinal calcium transporter TRPV6, the present study aimed to demonstrate...
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During pregnancy and lactation, prolactin (PRL) enhances intestinal absorption of calcium and other minerals for fetal development and milk production. Although an enhanced absorptive efficiency is believed to mainly result from the upregulation of mineral transporters in the absorptive villous cells, some other possibilities, such as PRL-enhanced...
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Despite being widely recognized as the important bone-derived phosphaturic hormone, whether fibroblast growth factor (FGF)-23 modulated intestinal calcium absorption remained elusive. Since FGF-23 could reduce the circulating level of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D₃ [1,25(OH)₂D₃], FGF-23 probably compromised the 1,25(OH)₂D₃-induced intestinal calcium abso...
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Endurance swimming is known to increase duodenal calcium absorption in normal rats and bone strength in estrogen-deficient rats. Because the stress resulting from forced training often attenuates the stimulatory effect of exercise, swimming in an inescapable chamber should reveal both the positive effect of the exercise and the negative effect of s...
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The anxiolytic effect of fluoxetine (Flx) was often ineffective in postmenopausal and estrogen-deficient patients, but such effect had not been experimentally demonstrated, particularly in the female rat model of estrogen deficiency. Here we determined the anxiety-like behaviors in ovariectomized (Ovx) rats treated for 4weeks with 10μg/kg 17β-estra...
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As a complex Ca2+-rich fluid mixture of water, casein, lactose and several ions, milk secretion requires a number of unknown transporters, which can be identified by a genome-wide microarray study in mammary tissues of lactating animals. Ca2+ was reported to be secreted across mammary epithelial cells through the transcellular pathway, presumably i...
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During pregnancy and lactation, the enhanced intestinal Ca(2+) absorption serves to provide Ca(2+) for fetal development and lactogenesis; however, the responsible hormone and its mechanisms remain elusive. We elucidated herein that prolactin (PRL) markedly stimulated the transcellular and paracellular Ca(2+) transport in the duodenum of pregnant a...
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Prolactin (PRL) is reported to stimulate calcium absorption in the rat's small intestine. However, little is known regarding its effects on the cecum, a part of the large intestine with the highest rate of intestinal calcium transport. We demonstrated herein by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction and Western blot analysis that the cecu...
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Endurance impact exercise, e.g., running, is known to enhance the intestinal calcium absorption. However, nonimpact exercise, e.g., swimming, is more appropriate for osteoporotic patients with cardiovascular diseases or disorders of bone and joint, but the effect of swimming on the intestinal calcium transport was unknown. This study, therefore, ai...
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Chronic metabolic acidosis (CMA) affects ion transport, permeability, and metabolism of the intestinal absorptive cells. Most effects of CMA on the intestine are long-term adaptations at genomic level. To identify the CMA-regulated genes, the Illumina's microarray featuring high-performance BeadArray technology was performed on RNA samples from the...
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A calcium-regulating hormone 1α,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 (1,25-[OH]2D3) has been known to rapidly stimulate the transcellular active calcium transport in the chick duodenum. However, its effects on the solvent drag-induced paracellular calcium transport, which normally contributes ∼70% of the total active calcium transport, and the underlying mechani...
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Chronic prolactin (PRL) exposure can affect several functions of duodenal epithelia, especially those associated with fluid and electrolyte transport. However, little is known regarding its molecular mechanism. To identify PRL-regulated genes, microarray analysis was performed on RNA samples from duodenal epithelial cells of anterior pituitary (AP)...
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Osteoblasts were previously reported to form tight junctions, which may play an important role in the regulation of ion transport across the epithelial-like bone membrane. However, the evidence for the presence of tight junction-associated proteins in osteoblasts is lacking. We therefore studied the expression of tight junction-associated genes in...
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Hyperprolactinemia caused by physiological or pathological conditions, such as those occurring during lactation and prolactinoma, respectively, results in progressive osteopenia. The underlying mechanisms, however, are controversial. Prolactin (PRL) may directly attenuate the functions of osteoblasts, since these bone cells express PRL receptors. T...
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Hyperprolactinemia leads to high bone turnover as a result of enhanced bone formation and resorption. Although its osteopenic effect has long been explained as hyperprolactinemia-induced hypogonadism, identified prolactin (PRL) receptors in osteoblasts suggested a possible direct action of PRL on bone. In the present study, we found that hyperprola...
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Prolactin (PRL) has been shown to stimulate intestinal calcium absorption but the mechanism was still unknown. This study aimed to investigate the mechanism and signaling pathway by which PRL enhanced calcium transport in the rat duodenum and Caco-2 monolayer. Both epithelia strongly expressed mRNAs and proteins of PRL receptors. Ussing chamber tec...

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