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role of serine phosphorylation on the slow inactivation of the GluR1 Lurcher AMPA receptor.
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AMPA receptors are the main fast excitatory neurotransmitter receptors in the CNS. The Lurcher mutation is a single amino acid switch that occurs in glutamate receptor subunits. When introduced to the GluR1 glutamate receptor subunit, the Lurcher mutation (GluR1Lc) results in constitutively active channels that undergo a slow process of inactivation that is not seen in wild type channels. GluR1 subunits are phosphorylated by PKC (at Ser831) and PKA (at Ser845). In the present study 1 evaluated the rote of GluR1Lc phosphorylation on the rate of receptor inactivation. Activation of PKC resulted in decreased rates of inactivation, while blocking PKC resulted in increased inactivation rates. Blocking the phosphatase calcineurin resulted in increased inactivation rates. Western blot analysis showed that phosphorylation of Ser831 increases with induction of inactivation while Ser845 phosphorylation decreases. This study implies that the state of phosphorylation of GluR1Lc receptors dictates the rate of receptor inactivation.
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One involves the direct phosphorylation of the AMPA receptor subunit GluR1, which in turn increases the single-channel conductance of homomeric GluR1 AMPA receptors.
Another mechanism involves the addition of AMPA receptors to synapses, which is thought to depend on changes in receptor trafficking and on the organized addition of anchoring sites for AMPA Cited by: 4. In summary, our study suggests that the incision-induced phosphorylation of AMPA receptor GluR1 subunit at Serine site and GluR1 trafficking may be critically regulated by a PKCγ-dependent mechanism and it provides evidence of a potential therapeutic role for targeting PKCγ isoform in treating incisional by: Our study suggests that the therapeutic targeting the phosphorylation regulation of AMPA receptor GluR1 subunit at Serine site would be potentially significant for treating postoperative by: AMPA receptor phosphorylation mediates spatial working memory capacity.a–c Schematic representation of the radial maze procedure used to assess spatial working memory load capacity, and reference memory.a The habituation phase lasts 10 min each day for 3 days and allows the animals to explore the apparatus.a, b During the pre-training and the working Cited by: We introduced the A→T (lurcher) mutation at the corresponding position in an AMPA receptor (GluR1), a kainate receptor (GluR6) and NMDA receptors (NR1 and NR2A).Cited by: 1.
Changes in the phosphorylation state of AMPA-type glutamate receptors are thought to underlie activity-dependent synaptic modification. It has been established that the GluR1 subunit is phosphorylated on two distinct sites, Ser and Ser, by CaMKII and by PKA, respectively, and that phosphorylation by either kinase correlates with an increase in the AMPA receptor.
Using a quantitative assay of net serine (Ser) phosphorylation in the GluR1 subunit of AMPARs, we investigated the relationship between phospho-Ser, GluR1 surface expression, and synaptic strength in hippocampal neurons.
Summary. α-Aminohydroxymethylisoxazolepropionic acid receptors (AMP ARs) are glutamate-gated ion channels. They are role of serine phosphorylation on the slow inactivation of the GluR1 Lurcher AMPA receptor. book neurotransmitter receptors that mediate the great majority of role of serine phosphorylation on the slow inactivation of the GluR1 Lurcher AMPA receptor.
book excitatory synaptic transmission in the mammalian brain and are found throughout the animal kingdom in organisms as diverse as rodents, honeybees, nematode worms, and. CaM-KII activity is also critical for synaptic incorporation of AMPARs but requires a serine at positionwhich is not phosphorylated by CaM-KII, in GluR1, suggesting an important role of Ser phosphorylation for trafficking of AMPARs in.
AMPA 2 receptors are glutamate-gated ion channels mediating fast excitatory synaptic responses in the mammalian brain. The AMPA receptor is a tetramer composed of subunits coded by GluR1, GluR2, GluR3, and GluR4 subunits (1, 2).Previous studies have reported that AMPA receptors are regulated by several mechanisms.
Thus, intracellular phosphorylation plays a significant role in controlling AMPA receptor activity role of serine phosphorylation on the slow inactivation of the GluR1 Lurcher AMPA receptor.
book multiple possible ways. 40, 41 However. Data showing that either PKC or CaMKII can enhance AMPA receptor conductance by phosphorylating GluA1-Ser suggest that phosphorylation of GluA1-Ser could provide a common end point for enhancing the activity of AMPA receptors via multiple signaling pathways within by: GluR1-Ser is also upregulated by Ca 2+-dependent protein kinases activated by the interactions of glutamate receptors after repeated cocaine administration in the dorsal striatum.
Previous studies demonstrate that protein kinase G (PKG) regulates AMPA receptor trafficking by modulating GluR1-Ser phosphorylation in the hippocampal slices. serine and both sites play a role in synaptic plasticity. Phosphorylation of serine prolongs the inhibitory impact of GABAB receptors activity on the CNS and serine is ascribed for its neuroprotective benefits.
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Therefore, phosphorylation of different subunits of AMPA receptor seems to play an important role in regulating receptor function, which can alter synaptic transmission and/or synaptic plasticity.
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Here, we identified threonine (T) on the GluR1 subunit of AMPA receptors as a novel phosphorylation site. Introduction. Glycogen synthase kinase-3 (GSK-3) is a multifunctional serine/threonine (ser/thr) kinase that was originally identified as a regulator of glycogen metabolism (Embi et al., ).Since then, it has been shown to be ubiquitously expressed in eukaryotes (see Ali et al., ), where it plays a fundamental role in a wide variety of functions, including the division.
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Binding of co-transmitter glycine / D –serine 3. Binding of 2 glutamate 4. Results in Ca+2 conductance 5. activates protein kinase 6. Leads to gene expression mainly c-fos The NMDA receptor has three characteristic features: 1.
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