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Correction: A genetically defined asymmetry underlies the inhibitory control of flexor–extensor locomotor movements

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Cite this article as: eLife 2015;4:e13038 doi: 10.7554/eLife.13038

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Britz O, Zhang J, Grossmann KS, Dyck J, Kim JC, Dymecki S, Gosgnach S, Goulding M. 2015. A genetically defined asymmetry underlies the inhibitory control of flexor–extensor locomotor movements. eLife 4:e04718. doi: 10.7554/eLife.04718

Published 14 October 2015

The originally published Figure 1 mistakenly used an image from an earlier version of the article, in which the order of the panels had been switched, resulting in a disconnect between Figure 1, the figure legend for Figure 1, and the text.

The corrected Figure 1 is shown here:

The originally published Figure 1 is also shown for reference:

Following this change, the sentence, ‘(JL) Sections through the spinal cord showing the relative numbers of V1 cells that undergo Cre only recombination (lacZ-positive) vs those V1 cells that undergo both Cre and Flp recombination (GFP-positive)’ has been removed from the legend of Figure 1 and the text ‘(GI) Images from E12.5 embryos…’ has been corrected to read ‘(GJ) Images from E12.5 embryos…’

In addition, the label on the top left side of Figure 2 should have read ‘−FlpO’, rather than ‘_FlpO’.

The article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Olivier Britz

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  2. Jingming Zhang

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  3. Katja S Grossmann

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  4. Jason Dyck

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  5. Jun C Kim

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  6. Susan Dymecki

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  7. Simon Gosgnach

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  8. Martyn Goulding

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  1. Version of Record published: November 25, 2015 (version 1)

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© 2015, Britz et al.

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