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Membrane coordination of receptors and channels mediating the inhibition of neuronal ion currents by ADP
AuthorBoehm, Stefan ; Schicker, Klaus ; Salzer, Isabella ; Chandaka, Giri K. ; Rodriguez, Manuel Dominguez ; Gafar, Hend
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Purinergic Signalling, Dodrecht, 2016, Vol. 12, Issue 3, page 497-507
PublishedDodrecht : Springer, 2016
LanguageEnglish
Document typeJournal Article
Keywords (EN)p2y receptors / calcium channel / kv7 channel / fret / tirf / resonance energy-transfer / internal-reflection fluorescence / rat sympathetic neurons / v pyramidal neurons / n-type ca(v)2.2 / calcium-channels / p2y receptors / transmitter release / adenine-nucleotides / potassium channels
Project-/ReportnumberW 1205-B09
ISSN1573-9538
URNurn:nbn:at:at-ubmuw:3-1698 Persistent Identifier (URN)
DOI10.1007/s11302-016-9516-5 
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ADP and other nucleotides control ion currents in the nervous system via various P2Y receptors. In this respect, Cav2 and Kv7 channels have been investigated most frequently. The fine tuning of neuronal ion channel gating via G protein coupled receptors frequently relies on the formation of higher order protein complexes that are organized by scaffolding proteins and harbor receptors and channels together with interposed signaling components. However, ion channel complexes containing P2Y receptors have not been described. Therefore, the regulation of Cav2.2 and Kv7.2/7.3 channels via P2Y1 and P2Y12 receptors and the coordination of these ion channels and receptors in the plasma membranes of tsA 201 cells have been investigated here. ADP inhibited currents through Cav2.2 channels via both P2Y1 and P2Y12 receptors with phospholipase C and pertussis toxin-sensitive G proteins being involved, respectively. The nucleotide controlled the gating of Kv7 channels only via P2Y1 and phospholipase C. In fluorescence energy transfer assays using conventional as well as total internal reflection (TIRF) microscopy, both P2Y1 and P2Y12 receptors were found juxtaposed to Cav2.2 channels, but only P2Y1, and not P2Y12, was in close proximity to Kv7 channels. Using fluorescence recovery after photobleaching in TIRF microscopy, evidence for a physical interaction was obtained for the pair P2Y12/Cav2.2, but not for any other receptor/channel combination. These results reveal a membrane juxtaposition of P2Y receptors and ion channels in parallel with the control of neuronal ion currents by ADP. This juxtaposition may even result in apparent physical interactions between receptors and channels.

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