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Title: A three amino acid tail following the TM4 region of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NR) 2 subunits is sufficient to overcome endoplasmic reticulum retention of NR1-1a subunit
Author: Yang, Wei ; Zheng, Chanying ; Song, Qilin ; Yang, Xiujuan ; Qiu, Shuang ; Liu, Chunqing ; Chen, Zhong ; Duan, Shumin ; Luo, Jianhong
Source: JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
Issued Date: 2007
Volume: 282, Issue:12, Pages:9269-9278
Keyword: C-TERMINAL DOMAIN ; CELL-SURFACE EXPRESSION ; NMDA RECEPTOR ; ER RETENTION ; CHANNEL ; TRAFFICKING ; GLUTAMATE ; SIGNAL ; PREASSOCIATION ; STOICHIOMETRY
Subject: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Corresponding Author: Luo, JH (reprint author), Zhejiang Univ, Sch Med, Inst Neurosci, Dept Neurobiol, Hangzhou 3100058, Peoples R China,luojianhong@zju.edu.cn
English Abstract: The cytoplasmic C-terminal domains of NR2 subunits have been proposed to modulate the assembly and trafficking of NMDA receptors. However, questions remain concerning which domains in the C terminus of NR2 subunits control the assembly of receptor complexes and how the assembled complexes are selectively trafficked through the various cellular compartments such as endoplasmic reticulum (ER) to the cell surface. In the present study, we found that the three amino acid tail after the TM4 region of NR2 subunits is necessary for surface expression of functional NMDA receptors, while truncations with only two amino acids following the TM4 region (NR2 Delta 2) completely eliminated surface expression of the NMDA receptor on co-expression with NR1-1a in HEK293 cells. FRET (fluorescence resonance energy transfer) analysis showed that these NR2 Delta 2 truncations are able to form homomers and heteromers on co-expression with NR1-1a. Furthermore, when NR2 Delta 2 subunits were cotransfected with either the NR1-4a or NR1-1a(AAA) mutant, lacking the ER retention motif (RRR), functional NMDA receptors were detected in the transfected HEK293 cells. Unexpectedly, we found that the replacement of five residues after TM4 with alanines gave results indistinguishable from those of NR2B Delta 5 (EHLFY), demonstrating the short tail following the TM4 of NR2 subunits is not sequence-specific-dependent. Taken together, our results show that the C terminus of the NR2 subunits is not necessary for the assembly of NMDA receptor complexes, whereas a three amino acid long cytoplasmic tail following the TM4 of NR2 subunits is sufficient to overcome the ER retention existing in the C terminus of NR1, allowing the assembled NMDA receptors to reach the cell surface.
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Language: 英语
Content Type: 期刊论文
URI: http://ir.sibs.ac.cn/handle/331001/1781
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Yang, Wei; Zheng, Chanying; Song, Qilin; Yang, Xiujuan; Qiu, Shuang; Liu, Chunqing; Chen, Zhong; Duan, Shumin; Luo, Jianhong.A three amino acid tail following the TM4 region of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NR) 2 subunits is sufficient to overcome endoplasmic reticulum retention of NR1-1a subunit,JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY,2007,282(12):9269-9278
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