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Correction: Blood Flow Changes Coincide with Cellular Rearrangements during Blood Vessel Pruning in Zebrafish Embryos

  • Eva Kochhan,
  • Anna Lenard,
  • Elin Ellertsdottir,
  • Lukas Herwig,
  • Markus Affolter,
  • Heinz-Georg Belting,
  • Arndt F. Siekmann

Correction: Blood Flow Changes Coincide with Cellular Rearrangements during Blood Vessel Pruning in Zebrafish Embryos

  • Eva Kochhan, 
  • Anna Lenard, 
  • Elin Ellertsdottir, 
  • Lukas Herwig, 
  • Markus Affolter, 
  • Heinz-Georg Belting, 
  • Arndt F. Siekmann
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The title and descriptions are missing for Movie S4 and Movie S5. Please find the missing information below. Movie S4: Cell death and migration during CrDI pruning (Related to Figure 3A). Time-lapse imaging of Tg(kdrl:H2B-EGFP)mu122 labeling all endothelial nuclei in green and Tg(kdrl:Hsa.HRAS-mCherry)s916 labeling all endothelial membranes in red from 37-45 hpf. Time interval between frames is 15 minutes. Endothelial cell nucleus undergoing apoptosis is labeled with arrowhead; cell fragments with small arrowheads. Arrow marks fast moving Cherry positive cell (potentially phagocytic), which briefly moves into the region, where cell death occurs. Movie S5: Blood flow during CrDI pruning (Related to Figure 4A). Stills of time-lapse imaging of Tg(kdrl:EGFP)s843 labeling all vessels in green and Tg(gata1a:DsRed)sd2 labeling erythrocytes in red from 34-48 hpf. Note initiation of blood flow in the NCA, while blood flow in the CrDI gets weaker shortly after.