A comparison of the transport kinetics of glycine transporter 1 and glycine transporter 2

F.A. Erdem, M. Ilic, P. Koppensteiner, J. Gołacki, G. Lubec, M. Freissmuth, W. Sandtner, The Journal of General Physiology 151 (2019) 1035–1050.

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Erdem, Fatma Asli; Ilic, Marija; Koppensteiner, PeterIST Austria; Gołacki, Jakub; Lubec, Gert; Freissmuth, Michael; Sandtner, Walter
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Transporters of the solute carrier 6 (SLC6) family translocate their cognate substrate together with Na+ and Cl−. Detailed kinetic models exist for the transporters of GABA (GAT1/SLC6A1) and the monoamines dopamine (DAT/SLC6A3) and serotonin (SERT/SLC6A4). Here, we posited that the transport cycle of individual SLC6 transporters reflects the physiological requirements they operate under. We tested this hypothesis by analyzing the transport cycle of glycine transporter 1 (GlyT1/SLC6A9) and glycine transporter 2 (GlyT2/SLC6A5). GlyT2 is the only SLC6 family member known to translocate glycine, Na+, and Cl− in a 1:3:1 stoichiometry. We analyzed partial reactions in real time by electrophysiological recordings. Contrary to monoamine transporters, both GlyTs were found to have a high transport capacity driven by rapid return of the empty transporter after release of Cl− on the intracellular side. Rapid cycling of both GlyTs was further supported by highly cooperative binding of cosubstrate ions and substrate such that their forward transport mode was maintained even under conditions of elevated intracellular Na+ or Cl−. The most important differences in the transport cycle of GlyT1 and GlyT2 arose from the kinetics of charge movement and the resulting voltage-dependent rate-limiting reactions: the kinetics of GlyT1 were governed by transition of the substrate-bound transporter from outward- to inward-facing conformations, whereas the kinetics of GlyT2 were governed by Na+ binding (or a related conformational change). Kinetic modeling showed that the kinetics of GlyT1 are ideally suited for supplying the extracellular glycine levels required for NMDA receptor activation.
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2019-07-03
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The Journal of General Physiology
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151
Issue
8
Page
1035-1050
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Erdem FA, Ilic M, Koppensteiner P, et al. A comparison of the transport kinetics of glycine transporter 1 and glycine transporter 2. The Journal of General Physiology. 2019;151(8):1035-1050. doi:10.1085/jgp.201912318
Erdem, F. A., Ilic, M., Koppensteiner, P., Gołacki, J., Lubec, G., Freissmuth, M., & Sandtner, W. (2019). A comparison of the transport kinetics of glycine transporter 1 and glycine transporter 2. The Journal of General Physiology, 151(8), 1035–1050. https://doi.org/10.1085/jgp.201912318
Erdem, Fatma Asli, Marija Ilic, Peter Koppensteiner, Jakub Gołacki, Gert Lubec, Michael Freissmuth, and Walter Sandtner. “A Comparison of the Transport Kinetics of Glycine Transporter 1 and Glycine Transporter 2.” The Journal of General Physiology 151, no. 8 (2019): 1035–50. https://doi.org/10.1085/jgp.201912318.
F. A. Erdem et al., “A comparison of the transport kinetics of glycine transporter 1 and glycine transporter 2,” The Journal of General Physiology, vol. 151, no. 8, pp. 1035–1050, 2019.
Erdem FA, Ilic M, Koppensteiner P, Gołacki J, Lubec G, Freissmuth M, Sandtner W. 2019. A comparison of the transport kinetics of glycine transporter 1 and glycine transporter 2. The Journal of General Physiology. 151(8), 1035–1050.
Erdem, Fatma Asli, et al. “A Comparison of the Transport Kinetics of Glycine Transporter 1 and Glycine Transporter 2.” The Journal of General Physiology, vol. 151, no. 8, Rockefeller University Press, 2019, pp. 1035–50, doi:10.1085/jgp.201912318.
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