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Fig.  S1. AAV-Cre-infected facial MNs in ROSA26+/− reporter mice display discontinuous ‘specs’ of Xgal reporter staining in their processes, in addition to the much more intense soma labeling. High-magnification photomicrograph of an AAV-Cre-infected facial MN (from experiment as in Fig. 2C).

Fig.  S2. Similar to Fig.  S1.

Fig.  S3. Similar to Fig.  S1.

Fig.  S4. Similar to Fig.  S1.

Fig.  S5. Cre expression in non-neuronal facial nucleus cells of ROSA26+/− reporter mice is clearly detected as distinctive Xgal staining.

Fig.  S6. Floxed gene excision detected in presumptive oligodendrocytes of ROSA26+/− reporter mouse.

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