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Cholinergic Receptor Exocytosis under Conditions of Depression of Acetylcholine-Induced Current in Edible Snail Neurons in Cellular Analogue of Habituation

Makhnovskiy, D. ; Murzina, G. ; Pivovarov, A.

Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine, 2012, Vol.153(4), pp.424-427 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Cholinergic Receptor Exocytosis under Conditions of Depression of Acetylcholine-Induced Current in Edible Snail Neurons in Cellular Analogue of Habituation
  • Autor: Makhnovskiy, D. ; Murzina, G. ; Pivovarov, A.
  • Assuntos: Exo 1 ; exocytosis ; depression of acetylcholine-induced current ; edible snail command neurons ; habituation
  • É parte de: Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine, 2012, Vol.153(4), pp.424-427
  • Descrição: Exocytosis inhibitor Exo 1 potentiates depression of acetylcholine-induced inward current in defensive behavior command neurons of edible snail, when acetylcholine is applied rhythmically to the soma in cellular correlate of habituation. A mathematical model presupposing different receptor localization in the cell and regularities of their translocations made it possible to analyze the dependence of acetylcholine-induced current depression on a number of intracellular processes. It was concluded that depression of choline-sensitive extrasynaptic zones on the membrane of defensive behavior command neurons in edible snail in cellular correlate of habituation is partially determined by attenuation of exocytosis of internalized cholinergic receptors.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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