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Correction: Regulation of retinal axon growth by secreted Vax1 homeodomain protein

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Cite this article as: eLife 2014;3:e05657 doi: 10.7554/eLife.05657

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Kim N, Min KW, Kang KH, Lee EJ, Kim HT, Moon K, Choi J, Le D, Lee SH. 2014. Regulation of retinal axon growth by secreted Vax1 homeodomain protein. eLife 3:e02671. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.02671

Published 8 September 2014

In the published article there was a typographical error in Figure 9B. The fourth and fifth labels on the x-axis were wrongly given as ‘6X-His + Robo-Fc’ and ‘Vax1 + Robo3-Fc’. These labels should be ‘6X-His + Robo1-Fc’ and ‘Vax1 + Robo1-Fc’ respectively.

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  1. Namsuk Kim

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  2. Kwang Wook Min

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  3. Kyung Hwa Kang

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  4. Eun Jung Lee

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  5. Hyoung-Tai Kim

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  6. Kyunghwan Moon

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  8. Dai Le

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  10. Jin Woo Kim

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  1. Version of Record published: November 24, 2014 (version 1)

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