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CNE_23067_sm_SuppFig1.tif11268KSupplementary Figure 1: Anaglyph image shows same field as Figure 2C; with suitable (red-cyan) colored glasses a 3D image can be seen.
CNE_23067_sm_SuppFig2.pdf2473KSupplementary Figure 2: 3D PDF of the reconstruction in Figure 4B allows interactive exploration of the architecture of the filament network.
CNE_23067_sm_SuppFig3.tif7602KSupplementary Figure 3: Anaglyph image shows same field as Figure 4E; with suitable (red-cyan) colored glasses a 3D image can be seen.
CNE_23067_sm_SuppMov1.mov2761KSupplementary Movie 1: Movie shows a stack of virtual slices through the z-axis of an axospinous synapse from cerebral cortex (from layer II/III of S-1). Full uncompressed data set is available at the Cell Centered Data Base (http://ccdb.ucsd.edu), under project P1194.
CNE_23067_sm_SuppMov2.mov3001KSupplementary Movie 2: Movie shows a stack of virtual slices through the z-axis of an axospinous synapse from hippocampus (from stratum radiatum of CA1).
CNE_23067_sm_SuppMov3.mov2379KSupplementary Movie 3: Movie provides a 3D animation of the skeletonized diagram of filaments shown in Fig. 4E.
CNE_23067_sm_SuppMov4.mov1202KSupplementary Movie 4: Movie illustrates details of the synaptic region from the same stack as movie 1.

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