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ejn12040-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif270KFig. S1. (A) Representative coronal brain slice at 5.3 mm posterior to Bregma with cresyl violet (CV) staining shows the track made by the cannula within the border of the SNr (red dashed ellipse). (B) Ten brains were acquired from hemiparkinsonian rats which comprised of six brains from freely-moving rats who responded to 20 mm KCl treatment and four brains from rats that underwent single-unit recordings.
ejn12040-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif15KFig. S2. SNr neuronal spiking activity was not altered with a 10 µL injection of saline (n = 5) or sucrose (n = 5) into the right SNr of hemiparkinsonian rats. The activity of two representative SNr neurons from two different animals is shown here with the injection time indicated by the arrow.
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