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Microtubules tune mechanotransduction through NOX2 and TRPV4 to decrease sclerostin abundance in osteocytes

James S. Lyons, Humberto C. Joca, Robert A. Law, Katrina M. Williams, Jaclyn P. Kerr, Guoli Shi, Ramzi J. Khairallah, Stuart S. Martin, Konstantinos Konstantopoulos, Christopher W. Ward,* Joseph P. Stains*

*Corresponding author. Email: jstains{at}som.umaryland.edu (J.P.S.); ward{at}som.umaryland.edu (C.W.W.)

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  • Fig. S1. Control and PTL/Taxol-treated Ocy454 cells show indistinguishable FSS-induced Ca2+ responses at 16 dynes/cm2.
  • Fig. S2. Statistical significance of treatment groups in Fig. 6.
  • Fig. S3. The Ca2+ channel TRPV4 is abundant at the mRNA level in Ocy454 cells.
  • Fig. S4. Increased FSS does not rescue FSS-induced Ca2+ influx in Ocy454 cells treated with α-NAC or GP91ds-TAT, and TRPV4 activation does not affect ROS production.

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Citation: J. S. Lyons, H. C. Joca, R. A. Law, K. M. Williams, J. P. Kerr, G. Shi, R. J. Khairallah, S. S. Martin, K. Konstantopoulos, C. W. Ward, J. P. Stains, Microtubules tune mechanotransduction through NOX2 and TRPV4 to decrease sclerostin abundance in osteocytes. Sci. Signal. 10, eaan5748 (2017).

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