Notice of republication
This article  was republished on October 22, 2018 to address concerns raised post-publication regarding the Figs 3, 4, and 5.
- The image presented for the DMSO/SZ1 experiment in Fig 3A was duplicated from a previous publication (Fig 5A in ).
- In Fig 4, duplicate images were shown for SZ1 treated with DMSO and 5μM GSI IX, and the wrong image was shown for the 20μM panel.
- In Fig 5, duplicate images were presented in the “Snail” and “E cadherin” panels of Fig 5A and Fig 5B, and the molecular weight labels for these panels in Fig 5B were incorrect.
The University of Tuebingen investigated these issues and did not find evidence of misconduct.
The authors apologize for the errors in the original publication  and have provided corrected versions of the above figures which are included in the republished version. In addition, the raw blot images for Fig 5 are now provided in Supporting Information (S1 File).
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Citation: El Khatib M, Bozko P, Palagani V, Malek NP, Wilkens L, Plentz RR (2018) Correction: Activation of Notch Signaling Is Required for Cholangiocarcinoma Progression and Is Enhanced by Inactivation of p53 In Vivo. PLoS ONE 13(11): e0206953. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0206953
Published: November 1, 2018
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