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Fig. S1. Continuous flow ACh application.

Fig. S2. Nicotinic AChR-mediated depolarization and dendritic Ca2+ transients elicited by stimulation of cholinergic fibers.

Fig. S3. Further evidence for the role of intracellular stores in shaping bAP-and α7-nAChR-induced dendritic Ca2+ transients.

Fig. S4. Choline induced similar facilitation and depression compared to ACh.

Fig. S5. The role of Ca2+ in nAChR-induced depression of bAPs.

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