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The multicomponent medication Spascupreel attenuates stress-induced gut dysfunction in rats.

多组分药物 Spascupreel 可减轻应激诱导的大鼠肠道功能障碍。

  • 影响因子:3.85
  • DOI:10.1111/nmo.13798
  • 作者列表:"Theodorou V","Beaufrand C","Yvon S","Laforge G","Burmeister Y","Müller A","Seilheimer B","Bueno L","Eutamene H
  • 发表时间:2020-02-14
Abstract

BACKGROUND:Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder worldwide. It is characterized by abdominal pain/discomfort and changes in bowel habits. Due to the multifactorial pathophysiology and the heterogeneity of IBS patients, appropriate treatment of IBS is still a challenge. Spascupreel (SP-11), as a multicomponent medication, has the potential to modulate multiple pathophysiological pathways simultaneously. Therefore, the objective of the current study was to investigate the effects of oral SP-11 treatment on stress-induced changes of peripheral and central functions in a rat model mimicking human IBS. METHODS:Naïve Wistar rats were treated with SP-11 (0.9 tab/kg) or NaCl 0.9% by oral gavage for 4 days before 2-hour partial restraint stress (PRS) procedure. Twenty minutes after PRS, central and peripheral stress-induced changes affecting IBS were assessed. These include the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis response through plasma ACTH and corticosterone measurements, visceral pain in response to colorectal distension, gut permeability, colonic mast cell number, and sensitization as well as gut transit time. RESULTS:Treatment with SP-11 reduced the HPA axis activation in response to PRS. At the gut level, a reduction in colonic hypersensitivity to colorectal distension, a normalization of gut transit time acceleration, a reduced mast cell sensitization, and a trend toward reduced gut hyperpermeability were observed. CONCLUSIONS:These data suggest that stress-induced IBS signs can be reduced using SP-11 in rats. The observed effects and the good tolerability of the drug make SP-11 an innovative candidate in the management of IBS.

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背景: 肠易激综合征 (IBS) 是世界范围内常见的疾病。它的特点是腹痛/不适和排便习惯的变化。由于多因素的病理生理和 IBS 患者的异质性,适当的治疗 IBS 仍然是一个挑战。Spascupreel (SP-11) 作为一种多组分药物,具有同时调节多种病理生理通路的潜能。因此,本研究的目的是探讨口服 SP-11 治疗对模拟人 IBS 大鼠模型应激引起的外周和中枢功能变化的影响。 方法: 以 SP-11 (0.9 tab/kg) 或 0.9% NaCl 灌胃 4 天,在部分束缚应激 (PRS) 前给予初始 Wistar 大鼠。PRS 后 20 min,评估中枢和外周应激引起的影响 IBS 的变化。这些包括通过血浆 ACTH 和皮质酮测量的下丘脑-垂体-肾上腺 (HPA) 轴反应,对结直肠扩张的内脏疼痛反应,肠通透性,结肠肥大细胞数, 致敏以及肠道转运时间。 结果: SP-11 治疗减轻了 PRS 引起的 HPA 轴激活。在肠道水平,观察到结肠对结直肠扩张的超敏反应减少,肠道通过时间加速正常化,肥大细胞致敏减少,肠道高通透性减少的趋势。 结论: 这些数据表明,在大鼠中使用 SP-11 可以减少应激诱导的 IBS 体征。所观察到的药物效果和良好的耐受性使 SP-11 成为 IBS 治疗的创新候选药物。

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