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Extending this work further, Nichols and Sanders-Bush (2004) performed a second microarray screen using a different Affymetrix gene chip version, identifying and validating three additional transcripts increased by 1.0 mg/kg LSD in the rat PFC: MAP kinase phosphatase 1 (mkp1), core/enhancer binding protein β (C/EBP-β), and the novel gene, induced by lysergic acid diethylamide 1 (ilad1; subsequently renamed arrestin domain containing 2 or arrdc2). As with the other LSD-induced differentially expressed genes, these also followed a dose- and time-dependent expression pattern. At the highest 1.0-mg/kg dose of LSD, expression of mkp1, C/EBP-β, and ilad1 was only partially blocked by MDL100907, indicating that activation of multiple receptors probably contributes to the effects of LSD on gene expression at this dose. Indeed, LSD is a relatively nonselective serotonin and dopamine receptor ligand, with high to moderate affinity for a number of receptors that may contribute to its effects (Nichols, 2004).
A major problem with the presynaptic glutamate release hypothesis was the fact that immunocytochemistry studies had revealed that the majority (73%) of 5-HT2A immunopositive profiles were postsynaptic processes, mostly proximal and distal dendritic shafts, with only 24% of identifiable immunoreactive profiles on presynaptic structures (Miner et al., 2003). These latter structures only rarely formed synaptic contacts in single sections, and 5-HT2A receptor labeling was not typically observed in presumed glutamate axon terminals, a finding consistent with other studies that had failed to identify substantial numbers of 5-HT2A immunoreactive axon terminals with features characteristic of glutamate profiles. Interestingly, the remaining labeled profiles (4%) were glial processes, suggesting that perhaps activation of 5-HT2A receptors on glial processes might also induce glutamate release. These results were not compatible with the hypothesis that 5-HT2A receptors might serve as presynaptic heteroreceptors on mediodorsal thalamic glutamate terminals in the middle layers of the PFC.
In a subsequent study, Marona-Lewicka and Nichols (2007) compared the stimulus effects of LSD administered either 30 or 90 minutes prior to training and employed a number of different agonist and antagonist ligands to elucidate the nature of the cues. Mescaline, DMT, N,N-diethyltryptamine, and psilocin fully substituted in LSD30 rats but produced only saline-appropriate responding in LSD90 rats. The highly selective 5-HT2A antagonist MDL11939 [α-phenyl-1-(2-phenylethyl)-4-piperidine methanol] blocked the LSD30 cue, but not the LSD90 cue, confirming that activation of the 5-HT2A receptor is not essential for the delayed effect of LSD. The 5-HT1A antagonist/D4 agonist WAY-100635 did not block the LSD-90 cue, but surprisingly fully substituted in LSD90 rats. Nevertheless, earlier studies had shown that WAY 100635 had potent dopamine D4 agonist properties, and that rats could be trained to discriminate the dopamine D4 agonist effect of WAY-100635 from saline (Chemel et al., 2006; Marona-Lewicka and Nichols, 2009).
Dave et al. (2002) reported that systemic administration of DOI to New Zealand white rabbits dose-dependently elicited head movements (vertical down-up head bobs) and body shakes (a paroxysmal shudder of the head, neck, and trunk combined, similar to wet dog shakes in rodents). They reported that head bobs were mediated by 5-HT2A receptor activation, whereas body shakes were mediated by activity at the 5-HT2C receptor. The same workers carried out experiments to determine whether the two behaviors were mediated by a central or peripheral action (Dave et al., 2004b). They found that pretreatment with xylamidine, a peripherally acting 5-HT2A/2C antagonist, had no effect on DOI-elicited head bobs, even at a high dose. By contrast, systemic xylamidine significantly attenuated DOI-elicited body shakes. Intracerebroventricular administration of DOI significantly increased head bobs, but not the number of body shakes. Intracerebroventricular administration of either ketanserin or xylamidine significantly attenuated DOI-elicited head bobs but had no effect on DOI-elicited body shakes. These data were interpreted to mean that head bob behavior was mediated by central 5-HT2A receptors, whereas body shakes were mediated by 5-HT2C receptors located either peripherally, or else in brain areas not accessible to infusions of DOI into the lateral ventricle.
Furrer et al. (2011) identified markers of hepatocyte proliferation 48 hours after mouse hepatectomy, as well as the mitotic index at 4 days. Both markers were dramatically decreased in cell proliferation in 2-year-old mice, and the mitotic index also was significantly decreased in old compared with young (7- to 8-week-old) mice. Upregulation of the 5-HT2A receptor was seen after hepatectomy in young mice, whereas this upregulation was absent in old mice, possibly reflecting regenerative impairment. Pretreating old mice with DOI prior to hepatectomy increased the weight of the liver remnant compared with untreated animals, significantly improved hepatocyte proliferation, and converted animal survival from 48% to 86%. Treating control animals with DOI alone did not affect 5-HT2A receptor expression. Their results demonstrate that 5-HT2A receptor activation by DOI restores deficient regeneration of old livers. Furrer et al. (2011) also reported that old animals had characteristic changes of pseudocapillarization, with loss of fenestration, but that young animals had a thin sinusoidal lining containing many fenestrae. DOI had no significant effect in young animals but led to increased numbers of fenestrae in old animals.
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