There was an error in the legend for this figure. The complete, correct figure legend is: Interferon-induced mouse cells were infected simultaneously with a mixture of avirulent (black) and virulent (GFP-green) T. gondii. The mouse IRG resistance protein, Irgb6 (red), is present only on avirulent strain vacuoles. A kinase and a pseudokinase from the virulent strain together prevent IRG proteins from loading onto the vacuole, thus saving vacuoles from destruction. (Preparation and photo: Aliaksandr Khaminets.)
Citation:Mejia R (2012) Correction: Parasite's Double Play Helps Evade Mouse Immune Response. PLoS Biol 10(8): 10.1371/annotation/a40342be-8f9e-4650-a845-1e91ff06c27c. doi:10.1371/annotation/a40342be-8f9e-4650-a845-1e91ff06c27c
Published: August 16, 2012
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