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Regul Pept. 2005 Mar 30;126(3):203-11.

Effect of GLP-1 on glucose transport and its cell signalling in human myocytes.

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  • 1Department of Metabolism, Nutrition and Hormones, Fundación Jiménez Díaz, Avda. Reyes Católicos 2, 28040-Madrid, Spain.

Abstract

Glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) controls glucose metabolism in extrapancreatic tissues participating in glucose homeostasis, through receptors not associated to cAMP. In rat hepatocytes, activation of PI3K/PKB, PKC and PP-1 mediates the GLP-1-induced stimulation of glycogen synthase. We have investigated the effect of GLP-1 in normal human myocytes, and that of its structurally related peptides exendin-4 (Ex-4) and its truncated form 9-39 (Ex-9) upon glucose uptake, and the participation of cellular enzymes proposed to mediate insulin actions. GLP-1 and both exendins activated, like insulin, PI3K/PKB and p42/44 MAPK enzymes, but p70s6k was activated only by GLP-1 and insulin. GLP-1, Ex-4 and Ex-9, like insulin, stimulated glucose uptake; wortmannin blocked the action of GLP-1, insulin and Ex-9, and reduced that of Ex-4; PD98059 abolished the effect of all peptides/hormones, while rapamycin blocked that of insulin and partially prevented that of GLP-1. H-7 abolished the action of GLP-1, insulin and Ex-4, while Ro 31-8220 prevented only the Ex-4 and Ex-9 effect. In conclusion, GLP-1, like insulin, stimulates glucose uptake, and this involves activation of PI3K/PKB, p44/42 MAPKs, partially p70s6k, and possibly PKC; Ex-4 and Ex-9 both have GLP-1-like effect upon glucose transport, in which both share with GLP-1 an activation of PI3K/PKB--partially in the case of Ex-4--and p44/42 MAPKs but not p70s6k.

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