(A) Representative current-voltage plots obtained from a cEC dialyzed with 1 mM Mg-ATP and treated consecutively with GSK101 (100 nM) and RuR (1 µM) followed by 2 µM PGE2. (B) Summary individual-value plot of GSK101-induced TRPV4 currents at 100 mV in cECs dialyzed with 1 mM Mg-ATP in the absence (black; n = 27) and presence (orange; n = 15) of 2 µM PGE2. Incubation of cECs with PGE2 lasted ~15 min. Data in B are means (column bars) ± SEM (error bars, ****p<0.0001, unpaired Student’s t-test). (C) Top: Schematic diagram showing the GqPCR-dependent hydrolysis of PIP2 and the interventions used to test different components of the proposed pathway. Bottom: Summary data showing GSK101 (100 nM)-induced currents recorded at 100 mV in cECs dialyzed with 1 mM Mg-ATP. Currents were recorded in the absence and presence of 2 µM PGE2 (orange shading), with or without (control) the indicated interventions. Concentrations (and application method): HC-067047, 1 µM (bath); diC8-PIP2, 10 µM (pipette), U73122, 10 µM (bath); U73343, 10 µM (bath); AH6809, 10 µM (bath); SC51322, 1 µM (bath); calphostin C, 0.5 µM (bath); Gö6976, 1 µM (bath); CPA, 30 µM (bath); BAPTA, 5.4 mM (pipette). For bath application, pharmacological agents were added 10–15 min before PGE2 application.