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Fig. S1. Maturation of intrinsic and synaptic properties.

Fig. S2. Low doses of gabazine induce shift in holding current of granule cells.

Fig. S3. (A) Effect of ‘physiological’ recording conditions on tonic inhibition.

Fig. S4. Glycine receptors do not significantly contribute to tonic inhibitory currents.

Fig. S5. (A) Spontaneous network activity in DGGC layer could be observed in the more mature developmental stage of P14/15 and in the adult.

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