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Biliopancreatic diversion induces villi elongation and cholecystokinin and ghrelin increase

Autores: Mendieta-Zeron, H.; Larrad-Jimenez, A.; Burrell Bustos, María Ángela; Martín-Rodríguez, M.; Da Boit, K.; Fruhbeck Martínez, Gema; Dieguez, C.
Título de la revista: DIABETES & METABOLIC SYNDROME
ISSN: 1878-0334
Volumen: 5
Número: 2
Páginas: 66 - 70
Fecha de publicación: 2011
Resumen:
INTRODUCTION: Factors leading to weight loss and weight stabilization after bariatric surgery are not fully understood. Our aim was to evaluate, in Sprague-Dawley rats, the histological and gut hormonal changes after Larrad-biliopancreatic diversion (Larrad-BPD). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Rats randomly underwent the following protocols: Larrad-BPD (n=4) versus pair fed (PF) (n=4). Weight and food intake were measured every day. By immunohistochemistry ghrelin was examined in the stomach, while cholecystokinin (CCK), glucagon-like-peptide-1 (GLP-1), peptide YY (PYY) and serotonin (5-HT) expression were analyzed in alimentary limb and ileum following or not the Larrad-BPD. RESULTS: Larrad-BPD rats exhibited significant (P<0.05) weight loss compared to PF rats. Villi enlongation was observed in Larrad-BPD rats. In residual stomach, ghrelin was diminished. In the alimentary limb, ghrelin and CCK positive cells were detected more than in the ileum of PF rats. GLP-1 expression was decreased and PYY expression was absent after Larrad-BPD compared with PF rats. DISCUSSION: Larrad-BPD is followed by histological changes and a pleiotropic gut endocrine response aimed to compensate the reduction of intestinal area exposed to food. Until now, the hormones responsible for the intestinal hypertrophy have not been defined.
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