Taurine 5 : Beginning the 21st Century (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)

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Taurine 5 : Beginning the 21st Century (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)

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The Taurine Symposium- "Taurine: Beginning the 21'' Century"- was held September 20-23, 2002, on the beautiful island of Kauai in Hawaii. The headquarters of the meeting was the Radisson Kauai Beach Resort. This international meeting was attending by approximately 80 individuals from 23 nations and 4 continents. Seventy-five papers were presented either as platform presentations or poster presentations. Taurine, first isolated from ox bile in 1827 by Tiedemann and Gmelin and named in 1838 by Demarcay, became of significant scientific interest in 1968 when the first extensive review article was published by Jacobsen and Smith. Interest in taurine grew exponentially after 1975 when the first taurine symposium was organized by Ryan Huxtable in Tucson, Arizona. Since that date, taurine symposia have been held approximately every two years held in various cities and resort areas around the world. Taurine investigators have had the privilege of attending these scientific meetings on three continents - Asia, Europe, and North America. Since the initial meeting in 1975, a central question addressed during many of the symposia has been: "What is physiological, pharmacological, nutritional, and pathological role of taurine?". Although taurine has been established as an important osmolyte, it appears to affect many other biological processes. However, the exact mechanism(s) by "which taurine acts" has not yet been definitively answered. In Kauai, the patticipants discussed many topics and asked many questions regarding the role and actions of taurine.

Table of Contents

A Voice From the Past                              1  (4)
John Sturman
Part 1. Cardiovascular and Renal Effects of
Taurine
1. Inhibitory Mechanism of Taurine on the 5 (12)
Platelet-Derived Growth Factor BB-Mediated
Proliferation in Aortic Vascular Smooth
Muscle Cells
Keisuke Imada, Yu Hosokawa, Masaharu
Terashima, Toshifumi Mitani, Yoshinori
Tanigawa, Kazumi Nakano, Takaaki Takenaga,
and Michio Kurachi
2. Taurine on Sino-Atrial Nodal Cells: Ca2+ 17 (8)
-Dependent Modulation
Hiroyasu Satoh
3. Cellular Characterization of Taurine 25 (8)
Transporter in Cultured Cardiac Myocytes and
Nonmyocytes
Tomoka Takatani, Kyoko Takahashi, Takashi
Itoh, Koichi Takahashi, Mayo Hirata,
Yasuhiro Yamamoto, Masanori Ohmoto, Stephen
W. Schaffer, and Junichi Azuma
4. Taurine Transporter in Cultured Neonatal 33 (8)
Cardiomyocytes: a Response to Cardiac
Hypertrophy
Takashi Itoh, Kyoko Takahashi, Yoko
Yamauchi, Koichi Takahashi, Sato Ueyama,
Stephen W. Schaffer, and Junichi Azuma
5. Effect of Taurine and Coenzyme Q 10 in 41 (8)
Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction
R.B. Singh, K. Kartikey, A.S. Charu, M.A.
Niaz, and S. Schaffer
6. Taurine Reduces Renal Ischemia/Reperfusion 49 (8)
Injury in the Rat
D. V. Michalk, B. Hoffmann, and Th. Minor
7. Taurine-Depleted Heart and Afterload 57 (10)
Pressure
Mahmood S. Mozaffari, Nisha Patel, and
Stephen W. Schaffer
Part 2. Role of Taurine in Diabetes
8. Taurine Reduces Mortality in Diabetic 67 (8)
Rats: Taurine and Experimental Diabetes
Mellitus
Flavia Franconi, Stefano A. Santini, Nicol 
Gentiloni Silveri, Salvatore Caputo, Bruno

Giardina, Giovanni Ghirlanda, and Mauro

A.S. Di Leo.

9. The Effect of Dietary Taurine 75 (8)

Supplementation on Plasma and Urinary Free

Amino Acid Concentrations in Diabetic Rats

Young-Mi Lee, Mi Ja Choi, and Kyung Ja Chang

10. Insulin-Stimulated Taurine Uptake in the 83 (8)

Rat Retina

Rocio Salceda

11. The Effects of Taurine Supplementation on 91 (6)

Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Katherine B. Chauncey, Thomas E. Tenner,

Jr., John B. Lornbardini, Betsy G. Jones,

Michele L. Brooks, Ronald D. Warner,

Randall L. Davis, and R. Michael Ragain

12. Hypoglycemic Effects of Taurine in the 97 (10)

Alloxan-Treated Rabbit: a Model for Type 1

Diabetes

Thomas E. Tenner, Jr., X. J. Zhang, and

John B. Lombardini

Part 3. Osmoregulatory Properties of Taurine

and Taurine Transport

13. Taurine and Cellular Volume Regulation in 107(8)

the Hippocampus

James E. Olson, Norman R. Kreisman, Jenny

Lim, Beth Hoffman-Kuczynski, Dana Schelble,

and James Leasure

14. Regulation of the Volume-Sensitive 115(8)

Taurine Efflux Pathway in NIH3T3 Mouse

Fibroblasts

Ian Henry Lambert

15. Taurine Counteracts Cell Swelling in Rat 123(8)

Cerebrocortical Slices Exposed to Ammonia in

Vitro and in Vivo

N. O. Law, M. Zielinska, and J. Albrecht

16. Cloning of Human Intestinal Taurine 131(8)

Transporter and Production of Polyclonal

Antibody

Hye Suk An, Hee Chang Han, Taesun Park, Kun

Koo Park, and Ha Won Kim

17. Transactivation of TauT by p53 in MCF-1 139(10)

Cells: The Role of Estrogen Receptors

Xiaobin Han, Andrea Budreau Patters, and

Russell W. Chesney

18. Gating of Taurine Transport: Role of the 149(10)

Fourth Segment of the Taurine Transporter

Xiaobin Han, Andrea Budreau Patters, and

Russell W. Chesney

19. Finding of TRE (TPA Responsive Element) 159(8)

in the Sequence of Human Taurine Transporter

Promoter

Kun-Koo Park, Eunhye Jung, Sang-Keun Chon,

Mooseok Seo, Ha Won Kim, and Taesun Park

20. Protein Kinase C and cAMP Mediated 167(8)

Regulation of Taurine Transport in Human

Colon Carcinoma Cell Lines (HT-29 & Caco-2)

Sungyoun Park, Haemi Lee, Kun-Koo Park, Ha

Won Kim, and Taesun Park

21. Characterization of Transcriptional 175(8)

Activity of Taurine Transporter Using

Luciferase Reporter Constructs

Kun-Koo Park, Sang-Keun Chon, Eunhye Jung,

Mooseok Seo, Ha Won Kim, and Taesun Park

22. Isovolumetric Regulation in Mammal Cells: 183(6)

Role of Taurine

B. Ordaz, R. Franco, and K. Tuz

23.Osmosensitive Taurine Release: Does 189(8)

Taurine Share the Same Osmosensitive Efflux

Pathway With Chloride and Other Amino Acid

Osmolytes?

Rod rig Franco

24. Electrophysiological properties of the 197(8)

Mouse Na+Cl- - Dependent Taurine Transporter

(mTauT-1): Steady-State Kinetics:

Stoichiometry of Taurine Transport

Hemanta K. Sarkar, Ernest M. Wright,

Kathryn J. Boorer, and Donald D. F. Loo

25. Taurine Uptake and Release by the 205(8)

Pancreatic ゚-Cells: Taurine Transport in

゚-Cells

Shyamala Vinnakota and Hemanta K. Sarkar

26. Regulation of Intestinal Taurine 213(8)

Transporter by Cytokines

Makoto Shimizu, Tetsunosuke Mochizuki, and

Hideo Satsu

Part 4. Taurine Synthesis, Localization,

Determination, and Nutrition

27. Determination of Taurine and Hypotaurine 221(8)

in Animal Tissues by Reversed-Phase

High-Performance Liquid Chromatography after

Derivatization with Dabsyl Chloride

Hironori Nakamura and Toshihiko Ubuka

28. Immunohistochemical Localization of 229(8)

Taurine in the Rat Stomach

Ning Ma, Xiaohui Ding, Tatsuo Miwa, and

Reiji Semba

29. Modulation of Taurine on CYP3A4 Induction 237(8)

by Rifampicin in a HepG2 Cell Line

Kyoko Takahashi, Hideyasu Matsuda, Kayoko

Kinoshita, Norikazu Matsunaga, Akihiko

Sumita, Takahisa Matsuda, Koichi Takahashi,

and Junichi Azuma

30. Effect of Acute Ethanol Administration on 245(8)

S-Amino Acid Metabolism; Increased

Utilization of Cysteine for Synthesis of

Taurine Rather Than Glutathione

Young S. Jung, Hye E. Kwak, Kwon H. Choi,

and Young C. Kim

31. Effects of Dietary Taurine 253(8)

Supplementation on Hepatic Morphological

Changes of Rats in Diethynitrosamine-Induced

Hepatocarcinogenesis

Kyung Ja Chang, Chai Hyeock Yu, and Miwon

Son

32. Effect of Taurine on Cholesterol 261(8)

Degradation and Bile Acid Pool in Rats Fed a

High-Cholesterol Diet

Wen Chen, Naomiehi Nishimura, Hiroaki Oda,

and Hidehiko Yokogoshi

33. Effect of a-Tocopherol and Taurine 269(2)

Supplementation on Oxidized LDL Levels of

Middle Aged Korean Women During Aerobic

Exercise

C. S. Ahn and E.S. Kim

34. Dietary Taurine Intake and Serum Taurine 271(14)

Levels of Women on Jeju Island

E. S. Kim, J. S. Kim, M. H. Yim, Y. Jeong,

Y. S. Ko, T. Watanabe, H. Nakatsuka, S.

Nakatsuka, N. Matsuda-Inoguchi, S. Shimbo,

and M. Ikeda

35. Effect of the Obesity Index on Plasma 285(6)

Taurine Levels in Korean Female Adolescents

Mi Young Lee, Sun Hee Cheong, Kyung Ja

Chang, Mi Ja Choi, and Soon Ki Kim

36. Regional Differences in the Dietary 291(6)

Taurine Intake in Korean College Students

Jeonghee Lee, Heaeun You, Hyuni Sung, Jinoh

Kwak, Kyung Ja Chang, Seoyoun Kim, Hyunjung

Kim, Yeojin Lee, and Taesun Park

37. Taurine Concentration in Human Blood 297(10)

Peripheral Lymphocytes: Major Depression and

Treatment with the Antidepressant Mirtazapine

Lucimey Lima, Francisco Obreg , Mary

Urbina, Isabel Carreira, Edith Baccichet,

and Solisbella Pe 

Part 5. TAURINE: GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANTS, AND

INFLAMMATION

38. Why Is Taurine Cytoprotective? 307(16)

Stephen Schaffer, Juniehi Azuma, Kyoko

Takahashi, and Mahmood Mozaffari

39. Taurine, Analogues and Bone: a Growing 323(6)

Relationship

Ramesh C. Gupta and Sung-Jin Kim

40. Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Taurine 329(12)

Chloramine: Implication for Immunoregulation

and Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Ewa Kontny, WLodzimierz Ma嗟inski, and

Janusz Marcinkiewicz

41. Taurine Chloramine Inhibits Production of 341(8)

Inflammatory Mediators and iNOS Gene

Expression in Alveolar Macrophages; a Tale of

Two Pathways: Part I, NF-kB Signaling

Michael R. Quinn, Madhabi Barua, Yong Liu,

and Valeria Serban

42. Taurine Chloramine Inhibits Production of 349(8)

Inflammatory Mediators and iNOS Gene

Expression in Alveolar Macrophages; a Tale of

Two Pathways: Part II, IFN-y Signaling

Through JAK/Stat

Michael R. Quinn, Yong Liu, Madhabi Barua,

and Valeria Serban

43. Production of Nitric Oxide by Activated 357(8)

Microglial cells Is Inhibited by Taurine

Chloramine

Valeria Serban, Yong Liu, and Michael R.

Quinn

44. Production of Inflammatory Mediators by 365(8)

Activated C6 Cells Is Attenuated by Taurine

Chloramine Inhibition of NF-kB Activation

Yong Liu, Madhabi Barua, Valeria Serban,

and Michael R. Quinn

45. Taurine Is Involved in Oxidation of IkBa 373(8)

at Met45: N-Halogenated Taurine and

Anti-inflammatory Action

Yusei Miyamoto, Atsuhiro Kanayama,

Jun-Ichiro Inoue, Yoshiko S. Konishi, and

Makoto Shimizu

46. The Combined Treatment with Taurine and 381(14)

Niacin Blocks the Bleomycin-Induced

Activation of Nuclear Factor-kB and Lung

flbrosis

Shri N. Giri

47. 'Taurine Reduces Lung Inflammation and 395(8)

Fibrosis Caused by Bleomycin

Georgia B. Schuller-Levis, Ronald E.

Gordon, Chuanhua Wang, and Eunkyue Park

48. Taurine and the Lung, Which Role in 403(8)

Asthma?

Francesco Santangelo, Julio Cortijo, and

Esteban Morcillo

49. Effect of Taurine and Other Antioxidants 411(10)

on the Growth of Colon Carcinoma Cells in the

Presence of Doxorubicin or Vinblastine in

Hypoxic or in Ambient Oxygen Conditions:

Effect of Antioxidants on the Action of

Antineoplastic Drugs in MDR and non-MDR Cells

C. Wersinger, G. Rebel, and I. Lelong-Rebel

Part 6. TAURINE: RETINA AND THE BRAIN

50. The Role of Taurine in Cerebral Ischemia: 421(12)

Studies in Transient Forebrain Ischemia and

Embolic Focal Ischemia in Rodents

Ashfaq Shuaib

51. Studies on Taurine Efflux from the Rat 433(12)

Cerebral Cortex During Exposure to

Hyposmotic, High K+ and Ouabain-Containing

aCSF

John W. Phillis and Michael H. O'Regan

52. Interactions of Taurine and Adenosine in 445(8)

the Mouse Hippocampus in Normoxia and Ischemia

Pirjo Saransaari and Simo S. Oja

53. Involvement of Nitric Oxide in 453(10)

Ischemia-Evoked Taurine Release in the Mouse

Hippocampus

Pirjo Saransaari and Simo S. Oja

54. Effect of Ammonia on Taurine Transport in 463(8)

C6 Glioma Cells

Magdalena Zielinska, Barbara Zablocka, and

Jan Albrecht

55. Taurine and Hypotaurine Dynamics in 471(10)

Activated C6 Glioma: The Effects of

Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and Taurine

Administration on Intracellular Hypotaurine

and Taurine Dynamics in C6 Glioma

John Dominy, Jr. and Ralph Dawson, Jr.

56. The Anti-Craving Taurine Derivative 481(4)

Acamprosate: Failure to Extinguish Morphine

Conditioned Place Preference

M. Foster Olive

57. Ethanol-Induced Taurine Efflux: Low Dose 485(8)

Effects and High Temporal Resolution

Anthony Smith, Christopher J. Watson,

Robert T. Kennedy, and Joanna Peris

58. Tyrosine Kinases and Taurine Release: 493(6)

Signaling Events and Amino Acid Release Under

Hyposmotic and Ischemic Conditions in the

Chicken Retina

L.D. Ochoa-De La Paz and R.A. Lezama

59. Effect of Taurine on Regulation of GABA 499(8)

and Acetylcholine Biosynthesis

Di Sha, Jianning Wei, Hong Jin, Heng Wu,

Gregory L. Osterhaus, and Jang-Yen Wu

60. Taurine Effect on Neuritic Outgrowth from 507(8)

Goldfish Retinal Explants in the Absence and

Presence of Fetal Calf Serum

Lucimey Lima, Suzana Cubillos, and Fili

Fazzino

61. Prevention of Epileptic Seizures by 515(12)

Taurine

Abdeslem El Idrissi, Jeffrey Messing, Jason

Scalia, and Ekkhart Trenkner

62. Taurine Regulates Mitochondrial Calcium 527(10)

Homeostasis

Andeslem El Idrissi and Ekkhart Trenkner

63. Taurine in Aging and Models of 537(10)

Neurodegeneration

Ralph Dawson, Jr.

64. Taurine Stimulation of Calcium Uptake in 547(8)

the Retina: Mechanism of Action

Julius D. Militante and John B. Lombardini

65. The Nature of Taurine Binding to Retinal 555(6)

Membranes

Julius D. Militante and John B. Lombardini

Index 561