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Data (including data from studies using knockout mice) suggest that VNUT/SLC17A9 localized in tertiary/secretory granules of neutrophils is responsible for vesicular ATP release and subsequent neutrophil migration/infiltration.
Results identified SLC17A9 as another pathogenic gene for DSAP, which suggests a correlation between the aberrant vesicular nucleotide transporter and the pathogenesis of DSAP.
data suggest that SLC17A9 activity mediates lysosomal ATP accumulation and plays an important role in lysosomal physiology and cell viability.
It is suggested that the functions of VNUT, in addition to P2 receptors may be a target for anti-inflammatory response in skin.
These results suggest that SLC17A9 is the relevant nucleotide transporter responsible for the uptake of cytosolic nucleotides into mucin granules.
the existence of an SLC17A9-dependent ATP-enriched vesicular pool in biliary epithelium that undergoes regulated exocytosis to initiate purinergic signaling.
analysis of involvement of SLC17A9-dependent vesicular exocytosis in the mechanism of ATP release during T cell activation
SLC17A9 protein acts as a vesicular nucleotide transporter (VNUT) and plays an essential role in vesicular storage of ATP in the ATP-secreting cells [SLC17A9]
Data (including data from studies using knockout mice) suggest that Vnut/Slc17a9 localized in tertiary/secretory granules of neutrophils is responsible for vesicular ATP release and subsequent neutrophil migration/infiltration.
FLX-induced anti-depressive behavior was decreased in astrocyte-selective VNUT-knockout mice or when VNUT was deleted in mice, but it was increased when astrocyte-selective VNUT was overexpressed in mice
VNUT is necessary for exocytotic ATP release from spinal dorsal horn neurons which contributes to neuropathic pain.
This study provides a molecular mechanism for lysosomal ATP transport mediated by SLC17A9 and also suggests a regulatory mechanism of lysosomal P2X4 by SLC17A9
clock genes exist in the mouse bladder mucosa and regulate exact circadian gene expression in mice
Functional VNUT is expressed in the rodent retina, and these results suggest that ATP is released from photoreceptor cells, bipolar cells, amacrine cells, and astrocytes as well as Muller cells to initiate purinergic chemical transmission
VNUT expression was significantly increased during glaucoma progression in a mouse model.
In vitro expression of VNUT decreases neuritogenesis in N2a cells differentiated by retinoic acid treatment
These results demonstrated an essential role of VNUT in vesicular storage and release of ATP in neuroendocrine cells in vivo and suggest that vesicular ATP and/or its degradation products act as feedback regulators in catecholamine and insulin secretion.
The VNUT-dependent ATP release pathway is associated with an induced secretion process and downstream purinergic signalling.
These results demonstrate that intestinal L cells express VNUT (vesicular nucleotide transporter )and suggest that L cells are purinergic in nature and secrete nucleotides.
VNUT mediates transport of ATP into synaptic vesicles of hippocampal neurons.
SLC17A9 protein acts as a vesicular nucleotide transporter (VNUT) and plays an essential role in vesicular storage of ATP in the ATP-secreting cells
Involved in vesicular storage and exocytosis of ATP. May accumulate ATP and other nucleotides in secretory vesicles such as adrenal chromaffin granules and synaptic vesicles (By similarity).
solute carrier family 17 member 9
, solute carrier family 17, member 9
, vesicular nucleotide transporter SLC17A9
, solute carrier family 17 (vesicular nucleotide transporter), member 9
, solute carrier family 17, member 9b