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Transient expression of wild-type N-methyl-D-aspartate, NMDAR1-1a/NMDAR2A heteromeric receptors, in mammalian cells yields cell death which was prevented by the inclusion of NMDA receptor antagonists in the cell culture media post-transfection. Transient expression of mutant NMDAR1-1a (N598Q)/NMDAR2A receptors resulted in a significant decrease in the percentage of cell death post-transfection. This mutation has been shown to reduce the Ca2+ permeability of cloned NMDA receptors. Thus these results provide indirect evidence for cell death via an NMDA receptor, Ca(2+)-mediated mechanism.
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|Journal or Publication Title:||European Journal of Pharmacology|
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