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CM_21016_sm_SuppMovieS1.mov3158KSupporting Information Movie S1. This video shows the cessation of protrusion of the leading margin of a temporal retinal growth cone treated with global addition of 0.5 μg/ml ephrin-A2. A black frame near the middle of the video notes the addition of ephrin-A2.
CM_21016_sm_SuppMovieS2.mov2557KSupporting Information Movie S2. This video shows the cessation of protrusion of the leading margin of a temporal retinal growth cone treated with global addition of 2.0 μg/ml ephrin-A2. A black frame near the final third of the video notes the addition of ephrin-A2.
CM_21016_sm_SuppMovieS3.mov1745KSupporting Information Movie S3. This video shows the cessation of protrusion of the leading margin of a temporal retinal growth cone treated with global addition of 200 nM cytochalasin D. A black frame near the middle of the video notes the addition of cytochalasin D.
CM_21016_sm_SuppMovieS4.mov16659KSupporting Information Movie S4. This video shows the cessation of protrusion of the leading margin of a temporal retinal growth cone treated with global addition of 2.0 μg/ml slit3. A black frame near the middle of the video notes the addition of slit3.

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