Involvement of the cytoskeleton in oxytocin secretion by cultured bovine luteal cell

Masami Shibaya, Katarzyna M. Deptula, Anna Korzekwa, Kiyoshi Okuda, Dariusz J. Skarzynski

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A number of substances have been implicated in the regulation of oxytocin (OT) secretion from bovine corpus luteum in vivo. However, isolated bovine luteal cells cultured in a monolayer lose the ability to secrete OT in response to stimulatory substances. The present study investigated how cell-to-cell contact and the cytoskeleton affect OT secretion by isolated bovine luteal cells. In experiment 1, bovine midluteal cells (Days 8-12 of the estrous cycle) were stimulated with prostaglandin F (PGF; 1 μM), noradrenaline (NA; 10 μM), or growth hormone (GH; 5 nM) in two culture systems: In one system, cell monolayers were incubated in 24-well culture plates, and in the other system, aggregates of cells were incubated in glass tubes in a shaking water bath. The cells cultured in a monolayer underwent considerable spreading and showed a variety of shapes, whereas the cells cultured in glass tubes remained fully rounded during the experimental period and soon formed aggregates of cells. Although PGF, NA, and GH did not stimulate OT secretion by the monolayer cells, all tested substances stimulated OT secretion by the aggregated cells (P <0.01). In experiment 2, the monolayer cells were pre-exposed for 1 h to an antimicrofilament agent (cytochalasin B; 1 μM) or two antimicrotubule agents (colchicine or vinblastine; 1 μM) before stimulation with PGF, NA, or GH. Although PGF, NA, and GH did not stimulate OT secretion by the monolayer cells in the presence of colchicine or vinblastine, they all stimulated OT secretion in the presence of cytochalasin B (P <0.001). The overall results show that OT secretion by bovine luteal cells depends on microfilament function and cell shape. Moreover, the aggregate culture system that allows three-dimensional, cell-to-cell contact seems to be a good model for studying OT secretion by isolated bovine luteal cells.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)200-205
Number of pages6
JournalBiology of Reproduction
Volume72
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2005

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Luteal Cells
Oxytocin
Cytoskeleton
Dinoprost
Cytochalasin B
Vinblastine
Cell Shape
Colchicine
Glass
Cultured Cells
Estrous Cycle
Corpus Luteum
Actin Cytoskeleton
Baths
Growth Hormone
Norepinephrine

Keywords

  • Corpus luteum
  • Corpus luteum function
  • Ovary
  • Oxytocin

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Cell Biology
  • Developmental Biology
  • Embryology

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Shibaya, M., Deptula, K. M., Korzekwa, A., Okuda, K., & Skarzynski, D. J. (2005). Involvement of the cytoskeleton in oxytocin secretion by cultured bovine luteal cell. Biology of Reproduction, 72(1), 200-205. https://doi.org/10.1095/biolreprod.104.032144

Involvement of the cytoskeleton in oxytocin secretion by cultured bovine luteal cell. / Shibaya, Masami; Deptula, Katarzyna M.; Korzekwa, Anna; Okuda, Kiyoshi; Skarzynski, Dariusz J.

In: Biology of Reproduction, Vol. 72, No. 1, 01.2005, p. 200-205.

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Shibaya, M, Deptula, KM, Korzekwa, A, Okuda, K & Skarzynski, DJ 2005, 'Involvement of the cytoskeleton in oxytocin secretion by cultured bovine luteal cell', Biology of Reproduction, vol. 72, no. 1, pp. 200-205. https://doi.org/10.1095/biolreprod.104.032144
Shibaya, Masami ; Deptula, Katarzyna M. ; Korzekwa, Anna ; Okuda, Kiyoshi ; Skarzynski, Dariusz J. / Involvement of the cytoskeleton in oxytocin secretion by cultured bovine luteal cell. In: Biology of Reproduction. 2005 ; Vol. 72, No. 1. pp. 200-205.
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