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Figure S1. The expression of mutated NMDA receptors.

Figure S2. The responses of both the wild type and mutated NMDA receptors are completely inhibited by the specific inhibitors that were present in culture media.

Figure S3. The replacement of the GluN1-L830 residue with alanine decreases the surface expression of GluN1/GluN2A receptors.

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