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Regulation of glutamate receptors: possible role of phosphatidylserine

, : Regulation of glutamate receptors: possible role of phosphatidylserine. Brain Research 242(2): 374-377

The polar head group of the phospholipid phosphatidylserine is similar in structure to the glutamate analogue 2-amino-4-phosphonobutyric acid (APB), an antagonist of excitatory transmission in the brain. When tested in ligand binding assays phosphatidylserine and its polar head group components O-phosphoserine and L-alpha-glycerophosphoserine were good displacers of APB-sensitive L-glutamate binding. The polar head group components were also antagonists of synaptic field potentials in the rat dentate gyrus evoked by stimulation of a presumed glutamate-using pathway. These results suggest that phosphatidylserine may regulate the activity of synaptic L-glutamate receptors.

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