Neuroinflammation and glutamatergic signaling (Homo sapiens)

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Description

Pre-synaptic neurons release glutamate, which acts on various receptors (kainate, metabotropic, AMPA and NMDA), thereby regulating LTP, LDP, neuronal survival and proliferation. Glutamate retro-signaling negatively regulates its exocytotic release. The remainder of glutamate is taken up by astrocytes through EAAT1-4. Glutamine is generated from blood-derived glucose, transported to pre-synaptic neurons and converted into glutamate. Alternatively, glucose is converted into D-serine, which functions as co-agonist for NMDARs and is broken down by DAAO. CNS inflammation induces M1 and M2 microglia, which modulate neuronal and astrocyte function.

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119096view08:47, 17 June 2021FinterlyAdd DOI information for PublicationXref
118960view10:47, 5 June 2021EweitzOntology Term : 'astrocyte' added !
118959view10:46, 5 June 2021EweitzOntology Term : 'neuron' added !
118958view10:46, 5 June 2021EweitzOntology Term : 'microglial cell' added !
116348view08:35, 3 May 2021LKooleOntology Term : 'signaling pathway pertinent to immunity' added !
116346view08:06, 3 May 2021LKooleAnnotated nodes
116345view07:37, 3 May 2021LKooleEdits to layout. Added protein biosynthesis groups.
116338view12:23, 2 May 2021L DupuisConnected lines
116337view11:54, 2 May 2021LKooleAddition transcription-translation interactions
116336view08:22, 2 May 2021LKooleMinor edits to connections, annotations and interactions. Addition of CREB1 transcription
116311view12:45, 29 April 2021LKooleOntology Term : 'neuropsychiatric disease pathway' added !
116310view12:44, 29 April 2021FehrhartOntology Term : 'signaling pathway pertinent to the brain and nervous system' added !
116301view09:10, 29 April 2021LKooleModified description
116300view08:55, 29 April 2021LKooleAdded a legend. Connected unlinked data nodes. Changed colours of borders. Made transportation/release arrows dark blue. Changed interactions to make them consistent with legend.
116259view09:12, 22 April 2021LKooleNew pathway

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glutamineMetaboliteCHEBI:28300 (ChEBI)
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pyruvateMetaboliteCHEBI:15361 (ChEBI)
superoxideMetaboliteCHEBI:18421 (ChEBI)

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