Odorant ligands for the CO2 receptor in two Anopheles vectors of malaria View Full Text


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2019-12

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Iliano V. Coutinho-Abreu, Kavita Sharma, Liwang Cui, Guiyun Yan, Anandasankar Ray

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Exhaled CO2 is an important host-seeking cue for Anopheles mosquitoes, which is detected by a highly conserved heteromeric receptor consisting of three 7-transmembrane proteins Gr22, Gr23, and Gr24. The CO2 receptor neuron has been shown to also respond sensitively to a variety of odorants in Aedes aegypti. The detection of CO2 is important for upwind navigation and for enhancing the attraction to body heat as well as to skin odorants. The orthologs of the CO2 receptor proteins are present in malaria-transmitting mosquitoes like Anopheles coluzzii and Anopheles sinensis. Activators and inhibitors of the CO2-neuron were tested on the maxillary palps in these two species by single-sensillum electrophysiology. The electrophysiological testing of three prolonged-activator odorants identified originally in Aedes aegypti also showed varying ability to reduce the CO2-ellicited increase in spikes. These findings provide a foundation for comparing the functional conservation with the evolutionary conservation of an important class of odorant receptor. The identification of a suite of natural odorants that can be used to modify the CO2-detection pathway may also contribute to odor-blends that can alter the behavior of these disease transmitting mosquitoes. More... »

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