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PubMed 22404177


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Automatically associated channels: TRP , TRPC , TRPC1 , TRPC3



Title: Pharmacological profile of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinases and related phosphatidylinositols mediating endothelin(A) receptor-operated native TRPC channels in rabbit coronary artery myocytes.

Authors: J Shi, M Ju, W A Large, A P Albert

Journal, date & volume: Br. J. Pharmacol., 2012 Aug , 166, 2161-75

PubMed link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22404177


Abstract
Endothelin(A) (ET(A) ) receptor-operated canonical transient receptor potential (TRPC) channels mediate Ca²⁺ influx pathways, which are important in coronary artery function. Biochemical pathways linking ET(A) receptor stimulation to TRPC channel opening are unknown. We investigated the involvement of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinases (PI3K) in ET(A) receptor activation of native heteromeric TRPC1/C5/C6 and TRPC3/C7 channels in rabbit coronary artery vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs).A pharmacological profile of PI3K was created by studying the effect of pan-PI3K, pan-Class I PI3K and Class I PI3K isoform-selective inhibitors on ET(A) receptor-evoked single TRPC1/C5/C6 and TRPC3/C7 channel activities in cell-attached patches from rabbit freshly isolated coronary artery VSMCs. The action of phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate- [PI(3)P], 4-phosphate- [PI(4)P] and 5-phosphate- [PI(5)P] containing molecules involved in PI3K-mediated reactions were studied in inside-out patches. Expression of PI3K family members in coronary artery tissue lysates were analysed using quantitative PCR.ET(A) receptor-operated TRPC1/C5/C6 and TRPC3/C7 channel activities were inhibited by wortmannin. However, ZSTK474 and AS252424 reduced ET(A) receptor-evoked TRPC1/C5/C6 channel activity but potentiated TRPC3/C7 channel activity. All the PI(3)P-, PI(4)P- and PI(5)P-containing molecules tested induced TRPC1/C5/C6 channel activation, whereas only PI(3)P stimulated TRPC3/C7 channels.ET(A) receptor-operated native TRPC1/C5/C6 and TRPC3/C7 channel activities are likely to be mediated by Class I PI3Kγ and Class II/III PI3K isoforms, respectively. ET(A) receptor-evoked and constitutively active PI3Kγ-mediated pathways inhibit TRPC3/C7 channel activation. PI3K-mediated pathways are novel regulators of native TRPC channels in VSMCs, and these signalling cascades are potential pharmacological targets for coronary artery disease.