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Fig. S1. Dcx+ cells in the SVZ, ischemic injured striatum and cortex express Sp8.

Fig. S2. New Dcx+ cells are generated in the damaged striatum after H/I injury.

Fig. S3. Some of Dcx+ cells in the damaged striatum express CR, but none of them expresses Foxp1.

Fig. S4. The types of newborn neurons in the ischemic injured striatum are very limited.

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