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Fig. S1. PPE immunoreactivity was weaker in the striosomal compartment than in the matrix compartment of the neostriatum.

Fig. S2. Triple labeling for GFP immunoreactivity, PPE mRNA signal and NeuN in the neostriatum.

Fig. S3. Amino acid sequence structures of mouse PPD and PPE.

Table S1. Distribution of GFP immunoreactivity in the mouse central nervous system.

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