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Reduced tissue immigration of monocytes by neuropeptide Y during endotoxemia is associated with Y2 receptor activation.

Authors: Nave, H  Bedoui, S  Moenter, F  Steffens, J  Felies, M  Gebhardt, T  Straub, RH  Pabst, R  Dimitrijevic, M  Stanojevic, S  Von Horsten, S 
Citation: Nave H, etal., J Neuroimmunol. 2004 Oct;155(1-2):1-12.
Pubmed: (View Article at PubMed) PMID:15342191
DOI: Full-text: DOI:10.1016/j.jneuroim.2004.05.009

Neuropeptide Y (NPY) increases survival in experimental septic shock, which might be mediated by cardiovascular and/or immunological effects. To study the latter hypothesis, we monitored blood leukocyte subsets over 96 h after intravenous (i.v.) application of LPS in chronically i.v.-cannulated rats. LPS induced a dramatic leukopenia at 4 h after challenge, which was blunted in NPY-treated animals by stabilizing granulocyte and T-lymphocyte numbers. In addition, NPY treatment prevented tissue immigration of monocytes at early time points and consecutively mobilized activated monocytes from the third day after challenge. RT-PCR and in vitro adhesion studies provided evidence for a NPY Y2 receptor-mediated effect on monocytes. Thus, NPY treatment has profound receptor-specific effects on the migration and adhesion of leukocytes under endotoxemic conditions.

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