Modulation of P2X3 receptors by spider toxinsстатья

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[1] Modulation of p2x3 receptors by spider toxins / N. V. Kabanova, A. A. Vassilevski, O. A. Rogachevskaja et al. // Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes. — 2012. — Vol. 1818, no. 11. — P. 2868–2875. Recently, the novel peptide named purotoxin-1 (PT1) has been identified in the venom of the spider Geolycosa sp. and shown to exert marked modulatory effects on P2X3 receptors in rat sensory neurons. Here we studied another polypeptide from the same spider venom, purotoxin-2 (PT2), and demonstrated that it also affected activity of mammalian P2X3 receptors. The murine and human P2X3 receptors were heterologously expressed in cells of the CHO line, and nucleotide-gated currents were stimulated by CTP and ATP, respectively. Both PT1 and PT2 negligibly affected P2X3-mediated currents elicited by brief pulses of the particular nucleotide. When subthreshold CTP or ATP was added to the bath to exert the high-affinity desensitization of P2X3 receptors, both spider toxins strongly enhanced the desensitizing action of the ambient nucleotides. At the concentration of 50 nM, PT1 and PT2 elicited 3–4-fold decrease in the IC50 dose of ambient CTP or ATP. In contrast, 100 nM PT1 and PT2 negligibly affected nucleotide-gated currents mediated by mP2X2 receptors or mP2X2/mP2X3 heteromers. Altogether, our data point out that the PT1 and PT2 toxins specifically target the fast-desensitizing P2X3 receptor, thus representing a unique tool to manipulate its activity. [ DOI ]

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