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Some minor issues were discovered after publication of Opt Lett. 43, 5801 (2018) and are corrected here. They do not change the main message of the paper.

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Fig. 1. (a), (b) Activation profiles for different phase mask periods $\Lambda_{{\rm PM}}$ at a fixed distance (2 µm) behind the mask, for (a) standard and (b) inverse molograms fabricated at illumination doses of 2 and ${10}\;{{\rm J/cm}^2}$, respectively. The area under the activation profiles is pro-portional to the fractional receptor density ${R}$, exemplified for $\Lambda_{\text{PM}} = 840 \,\text{nm}$ by the shaded area. (c), (d) Coherence weighting functions: green: constructive interference (i.e., ridges), red: destructive interference (i.e., grooves). (e), (f) Coherence-weighted activation profile of (e) standard and (f) inverse molograms, again for $\Lambda_{\text{PM}} = 840 \,\text{nm}$. For inverse molograms, the fraction of binding sites that contributes destructively to the signal is much smaller.

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On p. 5804 of [1], the sentence beginning "In Ref. [4] …" was incorrect. The correct sentence is "In Ref. [4], a $\Gamma_{\text{coh}}$ of ${135}\;{{\rm pg/mm}^2}$ was determined by STED microscopy for standard molograms fabricated at ${2}\;{{\rm J/cm}^2}$."

This has implications for the conclusion at the end of the paragraph. The sentence that begins "Hence, our models" should be changed to "Hence, our models deviate by a factor of 2 with STED data from Ref. [4]."

In addition, the labels (e) and (f) are missing from Fig. 3, and some of the y-axis labels were overlapping. The updated figure [Fig. 1] is shown here. The figure caption did not change.

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1. A. Frutiger, C. D. Tschannen, Y. Blickenstorfer, A. M. Reichmuth, C. Fattinger, and J. Voros, Opt. Lett. 43, 5801 (2018).

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  1. A. Frutiger, C. D. Tschannen, Y. Blickenstorfer, A. M. Reichmuth, C. Fattinger, and J. Voros, Opt. Lett. 43, 5801 (2018).

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Fig. 1. (a), (b) Activation profiles for different phase mask periods $\Lambda_{{\rm PM}}$ at a fixed distance (2 µm) behind the mask, for (a) standard and (b) inverse molograms fabricated at illumination doses of 2 and ${10}\;{{\rm J/cm}^2}$, respectively. The area under the activation profiles is pro-portional to the fractional receptor density ${R}$, exemplified for $\Lambda_{\text{PM}} = 840 \,\text{nm}$ by the shaded area. (c), (d) Coherence weighting functions: green: constructive interference (i.e., ridges), red: destructive interference (i.e., grooves). (e), (f) Coherence-weighted activation profile of (e) standard and (f) inverse molograms, again for $\Lambda_{\text{PM}} = 840 \,\text{nm}$. For inverse molograms, the fraction of binding sites that contributes destructively to the signal is much smaller.

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