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Correction: Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor Derived from CD4+ T Cells Contributes to Control of a Blood-Borne Infection

  • Mary F. Fontana,
  • Gabrielly L. de Melo,
  • Chioma Anidi,
  • Rebecca Hamburger,
  • Chris Y. Kim,
  • So Youn Lee,
  • Jennifer Pham,
  • Charles C. Kim

Correction: Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor Derived from CD4+ T Cells Contributes to Control of a Blood-Borne Infection

  • Mary F. Fontana, 
  • Gabrielly L. de Melo, 
  • Chioma Anidi, 
  • Rebecca Hamburger, 
  • Chris Y. Kim, 
  • So Youn Lee, 
  • Jennifer Pham, 
  • Charles C. Kim
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A reference is omitted from the first sentence of the third paragraph under the subheading “A role for MCSF-dependent CD169+ macrophages in control of P. chabaudi” in the Results section. The sentence should read: CD169+ macrophages have not previously been examined for involvement in control of P. chabaudi infection, but a recent study demonstrated that systemic depletion of CD169+ macrophages increased tissue sequestration of parasites, morbidity, and mortality in a model of experimental cerebral malaria (ECM) employing the pathogen P. berghei ANKA in ECM-resistant Balb/C mice (Gupta et al., 2016).

The reference is: Gupta et al., 2016, Cell Reports 16, 1749–1761.

Reference

  1. 1. Fontana MF, de Melo GL, Anidi C, Hamburger R, Kim CY, Lee SY, et al. (2016) Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor Derived from CD4+ T Cells Contributes to Control of a Blood-Borne Infection. PLoS Pathog 12(12): e1006046. pmid:27923070