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Anion channels modulate store-operated calcium influx in human microglia.

Authors
McLarnon, JG; Helm, J; Goghari, V; Franciosi, S; Choi, HB; Nagai, A; Kim, SU
Citation
Cell calcium, 28(4):261-268, 2000
Journal Title
Cell calcium
ISSN
0143-41601532-1991
Abstract
Recent work from this laboratory has demonstrated that purinergic-mediated depolarization of human microglia inhibited a store-operated pathway for entry of Ca2+. We have used Fura-2 spectrofluorometry to investigate the effects on store-operated Ca2+ influx induced by replacement of NaCl with Na-gluconate in extracellular solutions. Three separate procedures were used to activate store-operated channels. Platelet activating factor (PAF) was used to generate a sustained influx of Ca2+ in standard physiological saline solution (PSS). The magnitude of this response was depressed by 70% after replacement of PSS with low Cl- PSS. A second procedure used ATP, initially applied in Ca2+-free PSS solution to deplete intracellular stores. The subsequent perfusion of PSS solution containing Ca2+ resulted in a large and sustained entry of Ca2+, which was inhibited by 75% with low Cl- PSS. The SERCA inhibitor cyclopiazonic acid (CPA) was used to directly deplete stores in zero-Ca2+ PSS. Following the introduction of PSS containing Ca2+, a maintained stores-operated influx of Ca2+ was evident which was inhibited by 77% in the presence of the low Cl- PSS. Ca2+ influx was linearly reduced with cell depolarization in elevated K+ (7.5 to 35 mM) suggesting that changes in external Cl- were manifest as altered electrical driving force for Ca2+ entry. However, 50 mM external KCl effectively eliminated divalent entry which may indicate inactivation of this pathway with high magnitudes of depolarization. Patch clamp studies showed low Cl-PSS to cause depolarizing shifts in both holding currents and reversal potentials of currents activated with voltage ramps. The results demonstrate that Cl- channels play an important role in regulating store-operated entry of Ca2+ in human microglia.
MeSH terms
Adenosine Triphosphate/pharmacologyAnions/metabolismBuffersCalcium/*metabolism*Calcium SignalingCalcium-Transporting ATPases/antagonists & inhibitorsCells, CulturedEmbryo, MammalianEnzyme Inhibitors/pharmacologyExtracellular Space/metabolismGluconates/pharmacologyHumansIndoles/pharmacologyIon Channels/*physiologyMicroglia/*metabolismPatch-Clamp TechniquesPlatelet Activating Factor/pharmacologyPotassium/metabolismSarcoplasmic Reticulum Calcium-Transporting ATPasesSodium Chloride/pharmacology
DOI
10.1054/ceca.2000.0150
PMID
11032781
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