Intake of myo-inositol hexaphosphate and urinary excretion of inositol phosphates in Wistar rats: Gavage vs. oral administration with sugar


Autoři: F. Grases aff001;  A. Costa-Bauzá aff001;  F. Berga aff001;  R. M. Gomila aff002;  G. Martorell aff002;  M. R. Martínez-Cignoni aff003
Působiště autorů: Laboratory of Renal Lithiasis Research, University Institute of Health Sciences Research (IUNICS-IdISBa), University of Balearic Islands, Ctra Valldemossa, Palma de Mallorca, Spain aff001;  Serveis Cientificotècnics, University of Balearic Islands, Ctra Valldemossa, Palma de Mallorca, Spain aff002;  Grup de Metabolisme Energètic i Nutrició, Dept. Biologia Fonamental i Ciències de la Salut, University Institute of Health Sciences Research (IUNICS-IdISBa), University of Balearic Islands, Ctra Valldemossa, Palma de Mallorca, Spain aff003
Vyšlo v časopise: PLoS ONE 14(10)
Kategorie: Research Article
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0223959

Souhrn

Objective

To evaluate the urinary levels of inositol phosphates (InsPs) in rats that received different salts of myo-inositol hexaphosphate (InsP6) by gavage or by oral administration.

Methods

Thirty rats received AIN-76A diet (in which InsPs are undetectable) for 15 days. Then, 12 rats received InsP6 by gavage as a Na salt or a Ca/Mg salt; after 4 days, the Na or Ca/Mg InsP6 was administered with water containing 15 g/L sucrose and urine samples were collected. The other 18 rats received oral InsP6, in which 0.5 g of sugar was combined with InsP6 as a Na salt, a Ca/Mg salt, or a Na salt with CaCO3; daily urine samples were collected. Urine levels of InsPs were determined using a nonspecific method and a specific method (polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, PAGE), and different InsPs were identified by mass spectroscopy (MS).

Results

After 15 days of the InsP6-free diet, the non-specific method detected no urinary InsPs, and MS detected only InsP2. After administration of Na-InsP6 by gavage, the non-specific method indicated more urinary InsPs than the amount of InsP6 determined by PAGE. MS indicated the presence of urinary InsP2, InsP3, InsP4, InsP5, and InsP6 in these rats, with notable variations among animals. Use of the same treatment to administer Ca/Mg-InsP6 led to a lower overall content of urinary InsPs and a lower level of InsP6. Oral administration of InsP6 as a sugar pill led to lower urinary levels of InsPs than administration of InsP6 by gavage, and administration as a Ca/Mg pill or a Ca/Mg pill with CaCO3 led to lower levels than administration as a Na pill.

Conclusion

Administration of InsP6 to rats leads to the excretion of a mixture of different InsPs. Rats more effectively absorb InsP6 when supplied without dietary components that interfere with its uptake, such as the Ca ion and sugar.

Klíčová slova:

Analysis of variance – Diet – Excretion – Sodium chloride – Sucrose – Urine – Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis – Oral administration


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