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Phosphorylation of S896 adjacent to the ER retention motif of Glutamate [NMDA] receptor subunit zeta-1 (GRIN1) by PKC subfamily (and possibly S897 by PKA) inactivates the motif and promotes delivery of the receptor to the plasma membrane. Optimal trafficking upon dual phosphorylation of S896 and S897 allows regulation of receptor trafficking by coordinated PKA and PKC signaling.

(1) Glutamate [NMDA] receptor subunit zeta-1 (GRIN1)
(2) Coatomer subunit beta (COPB1)

Interaction #1 GRIN1 - COPB1

(1) TRG_ER_diArg_1 motif (893RRR895) in Glutamate [NMDA] receptor subunit zeta-1 (GRIN1)
(2) Adaptin N terminal region (18-539) in Coatomer subunit beta (COPB1)

Interaction Regulation
PTM-dependent Abrogation (Phosphorylation of S896 on Glutamate [NMDA] receptor subunit zeta-1 (GRIN1)) of the Glutamate [NMDA] receptor subunit zeta-1 (GRIN1) TRG_ER_diArg_1 motif - Coatomer subunit beta (COPB1) Adaptin N terminal region interaction

Regulatory Enzymes for switch
Modifying enzymes for residue: S896: PKC subfamily

Inferred Regulatory Enzymes for switch
Putative modifying enzymes for residue: S896 : PKC_group.


(1) An NMDA receptor ER retention signal regulated by phosphorylation and alternative splicing.
Scott et al. J. Neurosci. (2001)

(2) Coordinated PKA and PKC phosphorylation suppresses RXR-mediated ER retention and regulates the surface delivery of NMDA receptors.
Scott et al. Neuropharmacology (2003)

See also

Other switches involving participants
Coatomer subunit beta (COPB1) - 8 more (view)

Other switches involving interfaces
TRG_ER_diArg_1 - 7 more (view)
Adaptin N terminal region - 8 more (view)

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