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Effect of Src activation on NMDA receptors containing different NR2 subunits.
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Src is known to potentiate NMDA currents in the hippocampus. This study examined the effect of Src on different NMDAR subtypes. My hypothesis was that Src can induce up-regulation of current in NR2A and NR2B containing receptors. To characterize current conducted by different NMDAR subtypes preferential inhibitors NVP-AAM077 and Ro 25-6981 were separately applied to cultured neurons. In SFK activator peptide treated neurons the up-regulated component of NMDA current was partially sensitive to inhibition by Ro 25-6981 and NVP-AAM077. The analysis of inhibition lead me to the conclusion that Src-induced potentiation of NMDA current is mediated by NR2B-type receptors and other non-NR2B NMDAR subtypes. This implies that Src-induced up-regulation of NMDA current is not a property of a particular NMDAR subtype. Treatment of neurons with Ro 25-6981 before the activator peptide application prevented NMDAR potentiation. This implies that NR2B-type receptors are required for the initiation of Src-induced NMDARs potentiation.
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Distribution of these variously composed NMDARs varies with their location in the brain. During development, there are significant changes in the composition of these subunits. In the mammalian brain, functional NMDARs require a GluN1 (NR1) subunit associated with one or more GluN2 (NR2) subunits. Using a chemical-genetic method, we discovered a molecular mechanism required for induction of TLE by an episode of SE, namely, the excessive activation of the BDNF receptor tyrosine kinase, TrkB (Liu et al., ). We subsequently discovered that phospholipase Cg1 is the dominant signaling effector by which excessive activation of TrkB.
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