Figure S1. PKC activity does not affect extracellular glutamate levels in astrocytes and neurons.

Figure S2. Performance of the experimental animals in object recognition task.

Figure S3. Consensus sequences for PKC phosphorylation in mammalian SR.

Table S1. PKC activity specifically modulates d-serine levels in the rat frontal cortex.

Table S2. Object recognition task regulates d-serine levels in cortex and hippocampus.

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