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Title / Titel Involvement of endothelin in autoimmune forms of diabetes
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Summary / Zusammenfassung Endothelin-1 has been implicated in endocrine regulation. This project is focussed to define the role of endothelin in the develeopment of experimental autoimmune "type 1" diabetes and the pathological alterations associated with, particularly with regard to changes in vascular function and gene expression.
Publications / Publikationen Ortmann J, Traupe T, Nett P, Celeiro J, Hofmann-Lehmann R, Lange M, Vetter W, Barton M. Upregulation of vascular ETB receptor gene expression after chronic ETA receptor blockade in prediabetic NOD mice
J Cardiovasc Pharmacol 2004 2004; 44: S105-S108

Ortmann J, Nett PC, Celeiro J, Traupe T, Tornillo L, Hofmann-Lehmann R, Haas E, Frank B, Terraciano LM, Barton M. Endothelin inhibition delays onset of hyperglycemia and associated vascular injury in type I diabetes: evidence for endothelin release by pancreatic islet beta-cells.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 334, 689-95, 2005

P.C. Nett, J. Ortmann, J. Celeiro, E. Haas, R. Hofmann-Lehmann, L. Tornillo, L.M. Terraciano, M. Barton. Transcriptional regulation of vascular bone morphogenetic protein by endothelin receptors in early autoimmune diabetes mellitus.
Life Sciences 78, 2213-8, 2006

J. Ortmann, P.C. Nett, J. Celeiro, R. Hofmann-Lehmann, L. Tornillo, L. Terraciano, M. Barton. Down-regulation of renal endothelin converting enzyme-2 expression in early autoimmune diabetes.
Exp Biol Med 231, 1030-3, 2006

P.C. Nett, M.M. Teixeira, D. Candinas, M. Barton. Recent developments on endothelin antagonists as immunomodulatory drugs - from infection to transplantation medicine.
Recent Pat Cardiovasc Drug Discov 1, 233-244, 2006

T. Traupe, P.C. Nett, B. Frank; L. Tornillo, R. Hofmann-Lehmann, L.M. Terracciano, M. Barton. Impaired vascular function in normoglycemic mice prone to autoimmune diabetes: Role of nitric oxide.
Eur J Pharmacol 2006 (DOI: 10.1016/j.ejphar.2006.11.021)

Keywords / Suchbegriffe endothelin, diabetes, inflammation, pancreatic islets, gene regulation
Project leadership and contacts /
Projektleitung und Kontakte
PD Dr. Matthias Barton (Project Leader) barton@access.uzh.ch
Dr. Philipp Nett  
Dr. Elvira Haas  
Funding source(s) /
Unterstützt durch
SNF (Personen- und Projektförderung), Foundation, Others
Hartmann-Müller Stiftung, Hanne-Liebermann Stiftung
In collaboration with /
In Zusammenarbeit mit
L. Tornillo and L.M. Terraciano, Department of Pathology, University of Basel Switzerland
R. Hoffmann-Lehmann, Clinical Laboratory, Department of Internal Veterinary Medicine, University of Zurich School of Veterinary Medicine Switzerland
Duration of Project / Projektdauer Apr 2000 to Dec 2005