Adenosine A(2A) receptor facilitation of hippocampal synaptic transmission is dependent on tonic A(1) receptor inhibition.

Abstract:

:Adenosine tonically inhibits synaptic transmission through actions at A(1) receptors. It also facilitates synaptic transmission, but it is unclear if this facilitation results from pre- and/or postsynaptic A(2A) receptor activation or from indirect control of inhibitory GABAergic transmission. The A(2A) receptor agonist, CGS 21680 (10 nM), facilitated synaptic transmission in the CA1 area of rat hippocampal slices (by 14%), independent of whether or not GABAergic transmission was blocked by the GABA(A) and GABA(B) receptor antagonists, picrotoxin (50 microM) and CGP 55845 (1 microM), respectively. CGS 21680 (10 nM) also inhibited paired-pulse facilitation by 12%, an effect prevented by the A(2A) receptor antagonist, ZM 241385 (20 nM). These effects of CGS 21680 (10 nM) were occluded by adenosine deaminase (2 U/ml) and were made to reappear upon direct activation of A(1) receptors with N(6)-cyclopentyladenosine (CPA, 6 nM). CGS 21680 (10 nM) only facilitated (by 17%) the K(+)-evoked release of glutamate from superfused hippocampal synaptosomes in the presence of 100 nM CPA. This effect of CGS 21680 (10 nM), in contrast to the isoproterenol (30 microM) facilitation of glutamate release, was prevented by the protein kinase C inhibitors, chelerythrine (6 microM) and bisindolylmaleimide (1 microM), but not by the protein kinase A inhibitor, H-89 (1 microM). Isoproterenol (30 microM), but not CGS 21680 (10-300 nM), enhanced synaptosomal cAMP levels, indicating that the CGS 21680-induced facilitation of glutamate release involves a cAMP-independent protein kinase C activation. To discard any direct effect of CGS 21680 on adenosine A(1) receptor, we also show that in autoradiography experiments CGS 21680 only displaced the adenosine A(1) receptor antagonist, 1,3-dipropyl-8-cyclopentyladenosine ([(3)H]DPCPX, 0.5 nM) with an EC(50) of 1 microM in all brain areas studied and CGS 21680 (30 nM) failed to change the ability of CPA to displace DPCPX (1 nM) binding to CHO cells stably transfected with A(1) receptors. Our results suggest that A(2A) receptor agonists facilitate hippocampal synaptic transmission by attenuating the tonic effect of inhibitory presynaptic A(1) receptors located in glutamatergic nerve terminals. This might be a fine-tuning role for adenosine A(2A) receptors to allow frequency-dependent plasticity phenomena without compromising the A(1) receptor-mediated neuroprotective role of adenosine.

journal_name

Neuroscience

journal_title

Neuroscience

authors

Lopes LV,Cunha RA,Kull B,Fredholm BB,Ribeiro JA

doi

10.1016/s0306-4522(02)00080-5

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subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2002-01-01 00:00:00

pages

319-29

issue

2

eissn

0306-4522

issn

1873-7544

pii

S0306452202000805

journal_volume

112

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