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Enriched Expression of GluD1 in Higher Brain Regions and Its Involvement in Parallel Fiber-Interneuron Synapse Formation in the Cerebellum

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Title: Enriched Expression of GluD1 in Higher Brain Regions and Its Involvement in Parallel Fiber-Interneuron Synapse Formation in the Cerebellum
Authors: Konno, Kohtarou Browse this author
Matsuda, Keiko Browse this author
Nakamoto, Chihiro Browse this author
Uchigashima, Motokazu Browse this author
Miyazaki, Taisuke Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Yamasaki, Miwako Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Sakimura, Kenji Browse this author
Yuzaki, Michisuke Browse this author
Watanabe, Masahiko Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: Cerebellum
GluD1
GluR delta 1
glutamate receptor
mouse
synapse
Issue Date: 28-May-2014
Publisher: Society for Neuroscience
Journal Title: Journal of Neuroscience
Volume: 34
Issue: 22
Start Page: 7412
End Page: 7424
Publisher DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0628-14.2014
PMID: 24872547
Abstract: Of the two members of the delta subfamily of ionotropic glutamate receptors, GluD2 is exclusively expressed at parallel fiber-Purkinje cell (PF-PC) synapses in the cerebellum and regulates their structural and functional connectivity. However, little is known to date regarding cellular and synaptic expression of GluD1 and its role in synaptic circuit formation. In the present study, we investigated this issue by producing specific and sensitive histochemical probes for GluD1 and analyzing cerebellar synaptic circuits in GluD1-knock-out mice. GluD1 was widely expressed in the adult mouse brain, with high levels in higher brain regions, including the cerebral cortex, striatum, limbic regions (hippocampus, nucleus accumbens, lateral septum, bed nucleus stria terminalis, lateral habenula, and central nucleus of the amygdala), and cerebellar cortex. In the cerebellar cortex, GluD1 mRNA was expressed at the highest level in molecular layer interneurons and its immunoreactivity was concentrated at PF synapses on interneuron somata. In GluD1-knock-out mice, the density of PF synapses on interneuron somata was significantly reduced and the size and number of interneurons were significantly diminished. Therefore, GluD1 is common to GluD2 in expression at PF synapses, but distinct from GluD2 in neuronal expression in the cerebellar cortex; that is, GluD1 in interneurons and GluD2 in PCs. Furthermore, GluD1 regulates the connectivity of PF-interneuron synapses and promotes the differentiation and/or survival of molecular layer interneurons. These results suggest that GluD1 works in concert with GluD2 for the construction of cerebellar synaptic wiring through distinct neuronal and synaptic expressions and also their shared synapse-connecting function.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/57866
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