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Figure S1. Delivery of Ad-miR-382 to the rat NAc increases the expression of miR-382 in NAc, but not in the neighbouring brain areas.

Figure S2. The successful up-regulation of miR-382 via Ad-miR-382 in NAc of rats at 7 days after drinking of alcohol.

Figure S3. The successful modulation of DRD1 and DeltaFosB via Ad-miR-382 was verified by Western blot analysis at 7 days after drinking of alcohol.

Table S1. Comparison of membrane properties of NAc MSNs in acute brain slices of rats received NAc injection of saline or Ad-miR-382.

Table S2. PCR Primer Sequences.

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