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Movie S1 Time-lapse confocal movie of a microglial cell in a young retina, demonstrating dynamic process movement. Frames are captured 10 s apart.

Movie S2 Time-lapse confocal movie of a microglial cell in an aged retina, demonstrating dynamic process movement that is qualitatively similar to that observed in microglia in young retina. Frames are captured 10 s apart.

Movie S3 Time-lapse confocal movie of a microglial cell in a young retina, demonstrating a representative response to superfusion and subsequent washout of 1 mM ATP. Frames labeled “baseline” represent images taken under control conditions in which oxygenated Ringer's solution was superfused. Frames labeled “ATP” represent images taken when the superfusate was replaced with Ringer's solution containing 1 mM ATP, while those labeled “wash“ represent images taken when Ringer's solution was again superfused. Frames are captured 10 s apart.

Movie S4 Time-lapse confocal movie of a microglial cell in an aged retina, demonstrating a representative response to superfusion and subsequent washout of 1 mM ATP. Frames labeled “baseline” represent images taken under control conditions in which oxygenated Ringer's solution was superfused. Frames labeled “ATP” represent images taken when the superfusate was replaced with Ringer's solution containing 1mM ATP, while those labeled “wash” represent images taken when Ringer's solution was again superfused. Frames are captured 10 s apart.

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