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Inhibition and superactivation of the calcium-stimulated isoforms of adenylyl cyclase: role of Gbetagamma dimers.

Authors: Steiner, Debora  Avidor-Reiss, Tomer  Schallmach, Ester  Saya, Daniella  Vogel, Zvi 
Citation: Steiner D, etal., J Mol Neurosci. 2005;27(2):195-203.
Pubmed: (View Article at PubMed) PMID:16186630

It was shown previously that chronic exposure to opiate agonists increases adenylyl cyclase (AC) activity, a phenomenon termed AC superactivation (or supersensitization). More recently, we showed that acute Gi/o- coupled receptor activation inhibits the activity of several AC isozymes, including Ca2+/calmodulin-stimulated AC-I and -VIII, whereas chronic receptor activation induces their superactivation. Here, we report that both acute Mu-opioid receptor-induced inhibition and chronic induced superactivation of AC-I and -VIII are pertussis toxin sensitive. In addition, we show that proteins that interfere with the activity of Gbetagamma subunits (Gbetagamma scavengers) strongly attenuate the acute inhibition of AC-I and -VIII and the superactivation of AC-I, and abolish the superactivation of AC-VIII. Based on these results, we suggest that Gbetagamma is involved in the acute inhibition and chronic agonist-induced superactivation of AC types I and VIII.

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CRRD ID: 13825193
Created: 2018-11-21
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