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Fig. S1. Representative microelectrode placements in the NAcc.

Fig. S2. Apparent Vmax of DA clearance in fast and slow domains of the NAcc and dorsal striatum.

Fig. S3. Evoked DA concentrations in fast domains in the first and second 100 ms of the stimulus and 100 ms after the end of the stimulus at different current intensities.

Fig. S4. Overshoot in the dorsal striatum and NAcc.

Fig. S5. Time course of DA clearance in the NAcc.

Fig. S6. The placement of the stimulating electrode does not determine whether recording sites exhibit fast or slow profiles.

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