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Funding: O.S.-G., I.F., A.S., N.N., I.B., A.T., A.D., M.Z., A.E., D.Z., V.A., A.D., M.M. and V.K. were supported by a grant (No. 23-75-30001) from the Russian Science Foundation; N.N., D.Z. and V.A. were supported by a grant (No. 21-75-10088) from the Russian Science Foundation; O.S.-G., I.F., A.S., N.N., I.B., A.T. and M.T. were supported by a grant from the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher
Education (No. 075-15-2022-1094); D.B. was supported by NIH R21NS091600 and R01 NS112808. E.R. and S.S. gratefully acknowledge funding from the HE Pathfinder GlioLight project (number 101129705). All cytological experiments, microscopy in the light field and fluorescence modes and electron microscopic examinations were carried out using equipment from the research equipment
center “SYMBIOSIS” within research project No. GR 121031100266-3 (IBPPM RAS).
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