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Fig. S1 Long-term dietary treatment with L-NAC prevents the age-dependent increase in carbonylated proteins.

Fig. S2 Acute L-NAC does not affect isolated NMDA-R-mediated synaptic potentials in young animals.

Fig. S3 Age-related astrogliosis persists in the hippocampus of aged rats after long-term dietary treatment with L-NAC.

Fig. S4 Long-term dietary treatment with L-NAC prevents age-related decrease in d-serine levels.

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