Title : Ibuprofen is a non-competitive inhibitor of the peptide transporter hPEPT1 (SLC15A1): possible interactions between hPEPT1 substrates and ibuprofen.

Pub. Date : 2010 Dec

PMID : 20726987






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1 KEY RESULTS: Ibuprofen concentration dependently inhibited hPEPT1-mediated uptake of Gly-Sar in MDCK/hPEPT1 cells (K(i)(app) = 0.4 mM) but uptake of ibuprofen in Caco-2 cells and MDCK/hPEPT1 cells was not inhibited by hPEPT1 substrates. Glycine solute carrier family 15 member 1 Homo sapiens
2 KEY RESULTS: Ibuprofen concentration dependently inhibited hPEPT1-mediated uptake of Gly-Sar in MDCK/hPEPT1 cells (K(i)(app) = 0.4 mM) but uptake of ibuprofen in Caco-2 cells and MDCK/hPEPT1 cells was not inhibited by hPEPT1 substrates. Glycine solute carrier family 15 member 1 Homo sapiens
3 KEY RESULTS: Ibuprofen concentration dependently inhibited hPEPT1-mediated uptake of Gly-Sar in MDCK/hPEPT1 cells (K(i)(app) = 0.4 mM) but uptake of ibuprofen in Caco-2 cells and MDCK/hPEPT1 cells was not inhibited by hPEPT1 substrates. Glycine solute carrier family 15 member 1 Homo sapiens
4 KEY RESULTS: Ibuprofen concentration dependently inhibited hPEPT1-mediated uptake of Gly-Sar in MDCK/hPEPT1 cells (K(i)(app) = 0.4 mM) but uptake of ibuprofen in Caco-2 cells and MDCK/hPEPT1 cells was not inhibited by hPEPT1 substrates. Glycine solute carrier family 15 member 1 Homo sapiens