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Fig. S1. Representative electroretinographic traces for wt and Tpst DKO retinas.

Fig. S2. Immunoblot (Western) analysis of cone opsins and synpatotagmin 2.

Fig. S3. Bipolar cell populations and placement are unaffected by the absence of tyrosine sulfation.

Fig. S4. Amacrine cell populations and placement are normal in the absence of tyrosine sulfation, but plexes of some amacrine cells are reduced.

Fig. S5. Horizontal, ganglion and Müller glial cells are normal in the absence of tyrosine sulfation.

Table S1. Primary antibodies, antisera and lectins used to label retinal cells and synapses.

Table S2. Effects of Tpst1 and Tpst2 double knockout on cell-specific morphology and synaptic protein expression.

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