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investigated neural progenitor cells in respect to their glycine receptor (show GLRB Proteins) function and subunit expression using electrophysiology, calcium imaging, immunocytochemistry, and quantitative real-time PCR
Enhancement of azurophil granule-phagosome fusion via glycine receptor alpha 2 subunit (GlyRalpha2)/transient receptor potential melastatin (show TRPM1 Proteins) (TRPM)2 (show CLU Proteins)/p38 MAP kinase (show MAPK14 Proteins) signaling is a novel target for enhancement of neutrophil bactericidal activity.
Effects of 12 times normal atmospheric pressure of helium-oxygen gas (pressure) on ethanol-induced potentiation of GlyR function in Xenopus oocytes expressing human alpha1, alpha2 or the mutant alpha1(A52S) GlyRs were measured by voltage clamp technics
The molecular basis for the differential sensitivity of GlyR alpha(1) and GlyR alpha(2) to Zn(2+) potentiation is reported.
alpha2 and alpha3 GlyRs (show GARS Proteins) are present in various regions of the forebrain and that alpha3 GlyRs (show GARS Proteins) specifically participate in tonic inhibition in the striatum and prefrontal cortex.
These results, which reveal neurodevelopmental roles for alpha2-GlyRs (show GARS Proteins) in the adult brain, may be clinically relevant, given that a mutation in GLAR2, as well as Adult hippocampal neurogenesis impairments.
Findings show that the loss of embryonic GlyRalpha2 ultimately impairs the formation of cortical circuits in the mature brain; results demonstrate a physiological role for alpha2 GlyRs (show GARS Proteins) during cortical network formation and homeostasis
genetic inactivation of Glra2, the gene coding the alpha2 subunit of GlyRs (show GARS Proteins), disrupts dorsal cortical progenitor homeostasis with an impaired capability of apical progenitors to generate basal progenitors.
Endogenous activation of Glra2 promotes neuronal migration by regulating nucleokinesis.
Data suggest that GlyRalpha2, the developmentally expressed glycine receptor (show GLRB Proteins), may play an important role in neuronal development.
Glycinergic sIPSCs of amacrine cells had slow kinetics (tau=27+/-6.8 ms) that were significantly prolonged in Glra2-/- mice (tau=69+/-16 ms).
Glycine receptors (GlyRs (show GARS Proteins)) of group II cells are dominated by the alpha2 subunit; GlyRs (show GARS Proteins) of ON-starburst amacrine cells appear to be dominated by the alpha4 subunit.
The glycine receptor consists of two subunits, alpha and beta, and acts as a pentamer. The protein encoded by this gene is an alpha subunit and can bind strychnine. Several transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been found for this gene.
glycine receptor alpha 2 subunit
, glycine receptor subunit alpha-2
, glycine receptor, alpha-2 polypeptide
, Glycine receptor alpha 2 subunit (glycine receptor, neonatal)
, glycine receptor strychnine-binding subunit
, glycine receptor, alpha 2 subunit
, glycine receptor, alpha 2
, glycin receptor,alpha 2
, glycine receptor subunit alpha-2-like