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Figure S1. Composition of astrocyte cultures used to generate ACM and A/Nic.

Figure S2. A/Nic treatment increases the number of GluA puncta in hippocampal neurons in cell culture.

Figure S3. A/Nic does not affect the number of VGluT and PSD-95 puncta or their colocalization.

Figure S4. A/Nic does not change the number or size of GABAergic synapses as indicated by immunostaining of GABAA–α1 receptors and VGAT.

Figure S5. Nicotine exposure did not change the amount of astrocyte protein in culture.

Figure S6. A/Nic increases the frequency of AMPA receptor-mediated mEPSCs in hippocampal cell culture.

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