Dramatic effects of external alkalinity on neuronal calcium recovery following a short-duration glutamate challenge: the role of the plasma membrane Ca2+/H+ pumpстатья

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[1] Dramatic effects of external alkalinity on neuronal calcium recovery following a short-duration glutamate challenge: the role of the plasma membrane ca2+/h+ pump / B. Khodorov, V. Pinelis, O. Vergun et al. // FEBS Letters. — 1995. — Vol. 371, no. 3. — P. 249–252. Alkalinization of the external medium has been shown to suppress Ca2+ extrusion from neurons due to inhibition of the plasmalemmal Ca2+/H+ pump. In our experiments on fura-2-loaded rat cerebellar granule cells and mouse hippocampal neurons, an increase in pHo from 7.4 to 8.5 following a 1-min glutamate or NMDA challenge caused a dramatic delay in [Ca2+]i recovery which in some cases was accompanied by an additional increase in [Ca2+]i. Normalization of pHo, or removal of Ca2+ from the alkaline solution allowed [Ca2+]i to decrease rapidly again. External alkalinity did not affect the initial rapid decline in [Ca2+]i following a 25 mMK+ pulse. In cerebellar granule cells, the alkaline pHo considerably increased the 45Ca2+ uptake both at rest and following a 2-min GLU pulse. A comparison of these effects of alkaline pHo with those produced by removal of the external Na+ led us to conclude that the Ca2+/H+ pump plays a dominant role in the mechanism of the fast Ca2+ extrusion from glutamate- or NMDA-treated neurons.

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