Nitric oxide regulates cardiac Ca2+ current. Involvement of cGMP-inhibited and cGMP-stimulated phosphodiesterases through guanylyl cyclase activation. - Université Paris-Saclay Access content directly
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Nitric oxide regulates cardiac Ca2+ current. Involvement of cGMP-inhibited and cGMP-stimulated phosphodiesterases through guanylyl cyclase activation.

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The effects of the nitric oxide (NO) donor 3-morpholino-sydnonimine (SIN-1) on the L-type Ca2+ current (ICa) were examined in frog ventricular myocytes under basal and phosphorylated conditions. SIN-1 was found to exert insignificant effects on basal ICa but to induce a biphasic action on stimulated ICa. Indeed, in the nanomolar range of concentrations (0.1-10 nM), SIN-1 induced a pronounced (approximately 40%) stimulation of ICa elevated by a non-maximal concentration of forskolin (0.3 microM). However, the stimulatory effects of SIN-1 on ICa were not additive with those of maximal concentrations (10 microM) of forskolin or intracellular cAMP. In contrast, at higher concentrations (100 nM to 1 mM), SIN-1 strongly reduced ICa (by up to 85%) which had been previously stimulated by cAMP, forskolin, or isoprenaline. All the effects of SIN-1 appeared to be mediated by the liberation of NO since they were suppressed by methylene blue and LY83583 and were not mimicked by SIN-1C, a metabolite of SIN-1. The stimulatory or inhibitory effects of SIN-1 were absent, respectively, in the presence of milrinone (10 microM) or when the hydrolysis-resistant cAMP analog 8-bromo-cAMP was used instead of cAMP to stimulate ICa. In addition to its effects on ICa, SIN-1 induced a dose-dependent stimulation of guanylyl cyclase activity in the cytosolic and membrane fractions of frog ventricle. The membrane form of guanylyl cyclase displayed a higher sensitivity to SIN-1 than the cytosolic form, which correlated with SIN-1 sensitivity of ICa. Our data suggest that the activatory and inhibitory effects of NO donors on ICa result from an inhibition of the cGMP-inhibited cAMP-phosphodiesterase and an activation of the cGMP-stimulated cAMP-phosphodiesterase, respectively, both linked to the activation of guanylyl cyclase, possibly a membrane form of the enzyme.
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hal-03618433 , version 1 (24-03-2022)

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P Méry, C Pavoine, L Belhassen, F Pecker, R Fischmeister. Nitric oxide regulates cardiac Ca2+ current. Involvement of cGMP-inhibited and cGMP-stimulated phosphodiesterases through guanylyl cyclase activation.. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1993, 268 (35), pp.26286-95. ⟨10.1016/S0021-9258(19)74313-0⟩. ⟨hal-03618433⟩
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