Neuroprotection role of adenosine under hypothermia in the rat global ischemia involves inhibition of not dopamine release but delayed postischemic hypoperfusion

Takashi Horiguchi, Katsuyoshi Shimizu, Masahiro Ogino, Noriyuki Yamaguchi, Sadao Suga, Joji Inamasu, Takeshi Kawase

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Adenosine (ADO) has an important role in the ischemic brain as an endogenous neuroprotective factor. On the other hand, intraischemic hypothermia ameliorates ischemic neuronal injury. To investigate the effect of ADO during intraischemic mild hypothermia, the extracellular concentration of ADO, its metabolites, dopamine (DA), and local cerebral blood flow were measured in rat striatum during and after 20 min of global ischemia. Additionally, the histopathological outcome was estimated after 48 h of recirculation. Three experimental groups were used: (1) a normothermic group (NT) maintained at 37°C during and after ischemia; (2) a hypothermic group (HT), exposed to intraischemic hypothermia (32.0°C) and postischemic normothermia; and (3) a hypothermia plus theophylline group (HT+T), with the same temperature conditions as in the HT group, combined with intravenously administration of theophylline (10 mg/kg), an antagonist of adenosine receptor, which was given 10 min before ischemia. The level of ADO in HT was significantly higher than ADO levels in NT. In contrast, ischemic DA release was significantly inhibited in HT compared with NT. Theophylline administration had no effect on intraischemic hypothermia induced modulation of extracellular ADO and DA concentration. The postischemic delayed hypoperfusion was ameliorated in HT, and theophylline eliminated this effect in HT+T. A protective effect on histopathological outcome was observed in HT and HT+T. These results suggest that ADO plays an essential role in the inhibition of postischemic delayed hypoperfusion, but this effect is not crucial role in the protective effect induced by intraischemic hypothermia.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)222-231
Number of pages10
JournalBrain Research
Volume952
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002 Oct 18

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Hypothermia
Adenosine
Dopamine
Ischemia
Theophylline
Induced Hypothermia
Cerebrovascular Circulation
Purinergic P1 Receptor Antagonists
Neuroprotection
Temperature
Wounds and Injuries
Brain

Keywords

  • Adenosine delayed postischemic hypoperfusion
  • Forebrain ischemia
  • Intraischemic mild hypothermia
  • Neuroprotection

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Neuroprotection role of adenosine under hypothermia in the rat global ischemia involves inhibition of not dopamine release but delayed postischemic hypoperfusion. / Horiguchi, Takashi; Shimizu, Katsuyoshi; Ogino, Masahiro; Yamaguchi, Noriyuki; Suga, Sadao; Inamasu, Joji; Kawase, Takeshi.

In: Brain Research, Vol. 952, No. 2, 18.10.2002, p. 222-231.

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Horiguchi, Takashi ; Shimizu, Katsuyoshi ; Ogino, Masahiro ; Yamaguchi, Noriyuki ; Suga, Sadao ; Inamasu, Joji ; Kawase, Takeshi. / Neuroprotection role of adenosine under hypothermia in the rat global ischemia involves inhibition of not dopamine release but delayed postischemic hypoperfusion. In: Brain Research. 2002 ; Vol. 952, No. 2. pp. 222-231.
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