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Genetic deficiency in tissue kallikrein activity in mouse and man: effect on arteries, heart and kidney - Zurich Open Repository and Archive


Pizard, A; Richer, C; Bouby, N; Picard, N; Meneton, P; Azizi, M; Alhenc-Gelas, F (2008). Genetic deficiency in tissue kallikrein activity in mouse and man: effect on arteries, heart and kidney. Biological Chemistry, 389(6):701-706.

Abstract

Tissue kallikrein (KLK1) is a kinin-forming serine protease synthesized in many organs including arteries and kidney. Study of the physiological role of KLK1 has benefited from the availability of mouse and human genetic models of KLK1 deficiency, through engineering of KLK1 mouse mutants and discovery of a major polymorphism in the human KLK1 gene that induces a loss of enzyme activity. Studies in KLK1-deficient mice and human subjects partially deficient in KLK1 have documented its critical role in arterial function in both species. KLK1 is also involved in the control of ionic transport in the renal tubule, an action that may not be kinin-mediated. Studies of experimental diseases in KLK1-deficient mice have revealed cardio- and nephro-protective effects of KLK1 and kinins in acute cardiac ischemia, post-ischemic heart failure, and diabetes. Potential clinical and therapeutic developments are discussed.

Abstract

Tissue kallikrein (KLK1) is a kinin-forming serine protease synthesized in many organs including arteries and kidney. Study of the physiological role of KLK1 has benefited from the availability of mouse and human genetic models of KLK1 deficiency, through engineering of KLK1 mouse mutants and discovery of a major polymorphism in the human KLK1 gene that induces a loss of enzyme activity. Studies in KLK1-deficient mice and human subjects partially deficient in KLK1 have documented its critical role in arterial function in both species. KLK1 is also involved in the control of ionic transport in the renal tubule, an action that may not be kinin-mediated. Studies of experimental diseases in KLK1-deficient mice have revealed cardio- and nephro-protective effects of KLK1 and kinins in acute cardiac ischemia, post-ischemic heart failure, and diabetes. Potential clinical and therapeutic developments are discussed.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, further contribution
Communities & Collections:04 Faculty of Medicine > Institute of Anatomy
Dewey Decimal Classification:570 Life sciences; biology
610 Medicine & health
Language:English
Date:2008
Deposited On:10 Feb 2009 09:56
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 12:58
Publisher:De Gruyter
ISSN:1431-6730
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1515/BC.2008.081
PubMed ID:18627303

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