Erratum: Loss of mouse Stmn2 function causes motor neuropathy (Neuron (2022) 110(10) (1671–1688.e6), (S0896627322001763), (10.1016/j.neuron.2022.02.011))

Irune Guerra San Juan, Leslie A. Nash, Kevin S. Smith, Marcel F. Leyton-Jaimes, Menglu Qian, Joseph R. Klim, Francesco Limone, Alexander B. Dorr, Alexander Couto, Greta Pintacuda, Brian J. Joseph, D. Eric Whisenant, Caroline Noble, Veronika Melnik, Deirdre Potter, Amie Holmes, Aaron Burberry, Matthijs Verhage, Kevin Eggan

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(Neuron 110, 1671–1688; May 18, 2022) It was brought to our attention that there is a clerical mistake in one of the panels of Figure 1 (Figure 1E) in our recent publication. The representative blots for the CNS Stmn2 protein levels in the F2 generation of Stmn2 mutants included an incorrect duplicated blot for the GAPDH loading control in the brain samples. We have corrected this error and replaced the figure online with one that includes the correct blot for the GAPDH loading control for those samples. We would like to profoundly apologize to the readers for the oversight and honest mistake.[Formula

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4031
Number of pages1
Issue number23
StatePublished - 7 Dec 2022

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  • General Neuroscience


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