Low Ouabain Doses and AMPActivated Protein Kinase as Factors Supporting Electrogenesis in Skeletal Muscle

V.V. Kravtsova, N.A. Vilchinskaya, V.L. Rozlomii, B.S. Shenkman, I.I. Krivoi

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Many motor disorders are associated with depolarization of the membrane of skeletal muscle fibers due to the impaired functioning of Na,KATPase. Here, we studied the role of ouabain (specific Na,KATPase ligand) and AMPacti
vated protein kinase (key regulator of muscle metabolism) in the maintenance of muscle electrogenesis; the levels of these endogenous factors are directly related to the motor activity. After 4day intraperitoneal administration of ouabain (1 μg/kg daily), a hyperpolarization of sarcolemma was registered in isolated rat diaphragm muscles due to an increase in the electrogenic activity of Na,KATPase. In acute experiments, addition of nanomolar ouabain concentrations to the bathing solution resulted in the muscle membrane hyperpolarization within 15 min. The effect of ouabain reversed to membrane depolarization with the increase in the external potassium concentration. It is possible that Na,KATPase activation by ouabain may be regulated by such factors as specific subcellular location, interaction with molecular partners, and changes in the ionic balance. Preventive administration of the AMPactivated protein kinase activator AICAR (5aminoimidazole4car boxamide1βDribofuranoside; 400 mg/kg body weight daily for 7 days) in chronic experiments resulted in the stabilization of the endplate structure and abolishment of depolarization of the rat soleus muscle membrane caused by the motor activity cessation. The obtained data can be useful for creating approaches for correction of muscle dysfunction, especially at the early stages, prior to the development of muscle atrophy.
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)1085-1092
ЖурналBiochemistry (Moscow)
Том84
Номер выпуска9
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - сен 2019

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Ouabain
Protein Kinases
Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
Muscles
Membranes
Depolarization
Motor Activity
Sarcolemma
Muscular Atrophy
Skeletal Muscle Fibers
Rats
Diaphragm
Potassium
Body Weight
Maintenance
Ligands
Diaphragms
Metabolism
Stabilization

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