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Correction: Multiple Cationic Amphiphiles Induce a Niemann-Pick C Phenotype and Inhibit Ebola Virus Entry and Infection

  • Charles J. Shoemaker,
  • Kathryn L. Schornberg,
  • Sue E. Delos,
  • Corinne Scully,
  • Hassan Pajouhesh,
  • Gene G. Olinger,
  • Lisa M. Johansen,
  • Judith M. White

Correction: Multiple Cationic Amphiphiles Induce a Niemann-Pick C Phenotype and Inhibit Ebola Virus Entry and Infection

  • Charles J. Shoemaker, 
  • Kathryn L. Schornberg, 
  • Sue E. Delos, 
  • Corinne Scully, 
  • Hassan Pajouhesh, 
  • Gene G. Olinger, 
  • Lisa M. Johansen, 
  • Judith M. White
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There is an error in the legend for Figure 6, "CADs inhibit EBOV GP-mediated infection in an NPC1-dependent manner." The complete, correct Figure 6 legend is:Parental CHO cells (─────) and stably overexpressing CHO NPC1 cells (− − −) were pre-treated with the indicated concentration of inhibitor for 1 hr at 37°C, and then infected with VSV-GPΔ for 18 hr in the continued presence of inhibitor. Each concentration of inhibitor was tested (in duplicate) in the following number of experiments: E64d (n = 2), compound 3.47 (n = 2), clomiphene (n = 3), Ro 48-8071 (n = 3), and U18666A (n = 4). Infection values were normalized to DMSO treated samples and averaged across experiments. Error bars represent standard error.