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Identification of Inhibitory Ca2+ Binding Sites in the Upper Vestibule of the Yeast Vacuolar TRP Channel.

Amini, Mahnaz and Wang, Hongmei and Belkacemi, Anouar and Jung, Martin and Bertl, Adam and Schlenstedt, Gabriel and Flockerzi, Veit and Beck, Andreas (2018):
Identification of Inhibitory Ca2+ Binding Sites in the Upper Vestibule of the Yeast Vacuolar TRP Channel.
In: iScience, 11, pp. 1-12. ISSN 2589-0042,
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Abstract

By vacuolar patch-clamp and Ca imaging experiments, we show that the yeast vacuolar transient receptor potential (TRPY) channel 1 is activated by cytosolic Ca and inhibited by Ca from the vacuolar lumen. The channel is cooperatively affected by vacuolar Ca (Hill coefficient, 1.5), suggesting that it may accommodate a Ca receptor that can bind two calcium ions. Alanine scanning of six negatively charged amino acid residues in the transmembrane S5 and S6 linker, facing the vacuolar lumen, revealed that two aspartate residues, 401 and 405, are essential for current inhibition and direct binding of Ca. Expressed in HEK-293 cells, a significant fraction of TRPY1, present in the plasma membrane, retained its Ca sensitivity. Based on these data and on homology with TRPV channels, we conclude that D401 and D405 are key residues within the vacuolar vestibule of the TRPY1 pore that decrease cation access or permeation after Ca binding.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2018
Creators: Amini, Mahnaz and Wang, Hongmei and Belkacemi, Anouar and Jung, Martin and Bertl, Adam and Schlenstedt, Gabriel and Flockerzi, Veit and Beck, Andreas
Title: Identification of Inhibitory Ca2+ Binding Sites in the Upper Vestibule of the Yeast Vacuolar TRP Channel.
Language: English
Abstract:

By vacuolar patch-clamp and Ca imaging experiments, we show that the yeast vacuolar transient receptor potential (TRPY) channel 1 is activated by cytosolic Ca and inhibited by Ca from the vacuolar lumen. The channel is cooperatively affected by vacuolar Ca (Hill coefficient, 1.5), suggesting that it may accommodate a Ca receptor that can bind two calcium ions. Alanine scanning of six negatively charged amino acid residues in the transmembrane S5 and S6 linker, facing the vacuolar lumen, revealed that two aspartate residues, 401 and 405, are essential for current inhibition and direct binding of Ca. Expressed in HEK-293 cells, a significant fraction of TRPY1, present in the plasma membrane, retained its Ca sensitivity. Based on these data and on homology with TRPV channels, we conclude that D401 and D405 are key residues within the vacuolar vestibule of the TRPY1 pore that decrease cation access or permeation after Ca binding.

Journal or Publication Title: iScience
Journal volume: 11
Divisions: 10 Department of Biology
10 Department of Biology > Yeast Membrane Biology
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2019 06:57
Identification Number: pmid:30572205
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