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Correction: PINK1 Is Necessary for Long Term Survival and Mitochondrial Function in Human Dopaminergic Neurons

  • Alison Wood-Kaczmar,
  • Sonia Gandhi,
  • Zhi Yao,
  • Andrey Y. Abramov,
  • Erik A. Miljan,
  • Gregory Keen,
  • Lee Stanyer,
  • Iain Hargreaves,
  • Kristina Klupsch,
  • Emma Deas,
  • Julian Downward,
  • Louise Mansfield,
  • Parmjit Jat,
  • Joanne Taylor,
  • Simon Heales,
  • Michael R. Duchen,
  • David Latchman,
  • Sarah J. Tabrizi,
  •  [ ... ],
  • Nicholas W. Wood
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Correction: PINK1 Is Necessary for Long Term Survival and Mitochondrial Function in Human Dopaminergic Neurons

  • Alison Wood-Kaczmar, 
  • Sonia Gandhi, 
  • Zhi Yao, 
  • Andrey Y. Abramov, 
  • Erik A. Miljan, 
  • Gregory Keen, 
  • Lee Stanyer, 
  • Iain Hargreaves, 
  • Kristina Klupsch, 
  • Emma Deas
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  • Published: July 22, 2008
  • DOI: 10.1371/annotation/17d5aaa1-c6d8-4aad-a9a4-56b2c1220c83

The fourth author's name appears incorrectly in the author byline and in the citation. It should read: Andrey Y. Abramov, and the citation should read: Wood-Kaczmar A, Gandhi S, Yao Z, Abramov AY, Miljan EA, et al. (2008) PINK1 Is Necessary for Long Term Survival and Mitochondrial Function in Human Dopaminergic Neurons. PLoS ONE 3(6): e2455. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002455