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Correction: Assembly principles of a unique cage formed by hexameric and decameric E. coli proteins

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Cite this article as: eLife 2014;3:e05179 doi: 10.7554/eLife.05179

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Malet H, Liu K, El Bakkouri M, Chan SWS, Effantin G, Bacia M, Houry WA, Gutsche I. 2014. Fringe proteins modulate Assembly principles of a unique cage formed by hexameric and decameric E. coli proteins. eLife 3:e03653. doi: 10.7554/eLife.03653. Published 5 August 2014

In the published article, the first sentence of the legend for Figure 2—figure supplement 1A stated that the RavA leg bound to the LdcI inner ring was shown in blue/dark blue and the RavA leg bound to the Ldcl outer ring in yellow/red.

The colour assignments should have been given the other way around: in the figure supplement, the RavA leg bound to the LdcI inner ring is shown in yellow/red and the RavA leg bound to the LdcI outer ring is in blue/dark blue.

The legend has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Hélène Malet

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  2. Kaiyin Liu

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  3. Majida El Bakkouri

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  4. Sze Wah Samuel Chan

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  5. Gregory Effantin

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  6. Maria Bacia

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  7. Walid A Houry

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  8. Irina Gutsche

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  1. Version of Record published: October 21, 2014 (version 1)

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