The epithelial anion channel CFTR interacts with multiple PDZ domain-containing proteins. Heterologous expression studies have demonstrated that the Na+/H+ exchanger regulatory factors, NHERF1, NHERF2, and PDZK1 (NHERF3), modulate CFTR membrane retention, conductivity, and interactions with other transporters. To study their biological roles in vivo, we investigated CFTR-dependent duodenal HCO3- secretion in mouse models of Nherf1, Nherf2, and Pdzk1 loss of function. We found that Nherf1 ablation strongly reduced basal as well as forskolin-stimulated (FSK-stimulated) HCO3- secretory rates and blocked beta2-adrenergic receptor (beta2-AR) stimulation. Conversely, Nherf2-/- mice displayed augmented FSK-stimulated HCO3- secretion. Furthermore, although lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) inhibited FSK-stimulated HCO3- secretion in WT mice, this effect was lost in Nherf2-/- mice. Pdzk1 ablation reduced basal, but not FSK-stimulated, HCO3- secretion. In addition, laser microdissection and quantitative PCR revealed that the beta2-AR and the type 2 LPA receptor were expressed together with CFTR in duodenal crypts and that colocalization of the beta2-AR and CFTR was reduced in the Nherf1-/- mice. These data suggest that the NHERF proteins differentially modulate duodenal HCO3- secretion: while NHERF1 is an obligatory linker for beta2-AR stimulation of CFTR, NHERF2 confers inhibitory signals by coupling the LPA receptor to CFTR.