Involvement of Indoxyl Sulfate in Renal and Central Nervous System Toxicities During Cisplatin-induced Acute Renal Failure
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The purpose of the present study was to explore the involvement of indoxyl sulfate (IS) in nephrotoxicity and central nervous system (CNS) toxicity in cisplatin (CDDP)-treated rats.
Materials and Methods
Renal function was evaluated by serum creatinine and BUN levels. The IS levels in the serum, brain and kidney was monitored by high-performance liquid chromatography method. Body weight and rectal temperature were monitored. Real-time PCR analysis was performed to examine rPer2 mRNA expression.
Renal function deteriorated in a time-dependent manner after administration of CDDP. The concentration of IS in the serum, brain and kidney markedly increased 24–84 h after commencement of CDDP treatment. The observed increase in the levels of serum creatinine, BUN and IS was suppressed by concomitant administration of AST-120. Rectal temperature was significantly lowered 72–92 h after CDDP-treatment, which was partially restored by coadministration of AST-120. Moreover, the amplitude of rectal temperature rhythms was disrupted by treatment with CDDP. Circadian rhythm of rPer2 mRNA expression, a clock gene, in suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) and kidney was disturbed in CDDP-treated rats.
An increase in the IS level and the associated disturbance to the circadian rhythm are involved in the renal and CNS toxicities in CDDP-treatment.
Key wordsacute renal failure AST-120 cisplatin indoxyl sulfate Per2
acute renal failure
chronic renal failure
central nervous system
This work was supported, in part, by a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research from the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, and Culture of Japan.
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