Mice lacking GRIP1/2 show increased social interactions and enhanced phosphorylation at GluA2-S880
Abstract Glutamate receptor interacting proteins 1 and 2 (GRIP1/2) play an important role in regulating synaptic trafficking of AMPA receptor 2/3 (GluA2/3) and synaptic strength. Gain-of-function GRIP1 mutations are implicated in social behavioral deficits in autism. To study mechanisms of Grip1/2-mediated AMPA signaling in the regulation of social behaviors, we performed social behavioral testing on neuron-specific Grip1/2 -double knockout (DKO) and wild type (WT) mice that are matched for age, sex, and strain background. We determined the expression profile of key signaling proteins in AMPAR, mGluR, mTOR, and GABA pathways in frontal cortex, striatum, and cerebellum of DKO mice. Compared to WT mice, DKO mice show increased sociability in a modified three-chamber social behavioral test [mean±sem for interaction time in seconds; WT: 44.0±5.0; n=10; DKO: 81.0±9.0; n=9; two factor repeated measures ANOVA: F(1,37)=14.45; p t -test; p t -test: p 0.001; following, WT-WT, 7.7±0.72; WT-DKO,14.4±1.8; t -test: p 0.001). Immunoblot studies identified an increase in phosphorylation at GluA2-Serine 880 (GluA2-pS880) in frontal cortex (mean±sem; WT: 0.69±0.06, n=5; DKO: 0.96±0.06, n=6; t -test; p 0.05) and reduced GABAβ3 expression in striatum (mean±sem; WT: 1.16±0.04, n=4; DKO: 0.95±0.06, n=4; t -test; p 0.05) in DKO mice. GluA2-S880 phosphorylation is known to regulate GluA2synaptic recycling, AMPA signaling strength and plasticity. GABAβ3 has been implicated in the etiology and pathogenesis in autism. These data support an important role of Grip1/2-mediated AMPA signaling in regulating social behaviors and disturbance of glutamate- and GABA-signaling in specialized brain regions in autism-related social behavioral deficits. Highlights Neuron-specific Grip1/2 -knockout mice show increased social interactions. Increased GluA2-pS880 in frontal cortex and decreased GABAβ3 expression in striatum were identified. Results support a role of Grip1/2-mediated AMPA signaling in regulating social behavior. Disturbances of AMPA- and GABA-signaling are implicated in autism social deficits.
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