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Figure 1: Cell topography compromises interpretation of SPT data.

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This study was supported by Carl Trygger's Fund to J.A. and I.P., the Längmanska's Fund to I.P. and the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council to A.I.S, P.N. and Y.E.K. (BB/D020875).

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P.N. has a consultancy agreement with Ionscope Ltd., a start-up company selling scanning ion conductance microscopes. A.I.S. and Y.E.K. are shareholders of Ionscope Ltd.

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Adler, J., Shevchuk, A., Novak, P. et al. Plasma membrane topography and interpretation of single-particle tracks. Nat Methods 7, 170–171 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth0310-170

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