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Correction: Neuroendocrine modulation sustains the C. elegans forward motor state

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Cite this article as: eLife 2017;6:e26528 doi: 10.7554/eLife.26528

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Lim MA, Chitturi J, Laskova V, Meng J, Findeis D, Wiekenberg A, Mulcahy B, Luo L, Li Y, Lu Y, Hung W, Qu Y, Ho C-Y, Holmyard D, Ji N, McWhirter R, Samuel ADT, Miller DM, Schnabel R, Calarco JA, Zhen M. 2016. Neuroendocrine modulation sustains the C. elegans forward motor state. eLife 5:e19887. doi: 10.7554/eLife.19887.

Published 18, November 2016

We made a modification to a cartoon drawing of the RID neurite morphology in Figure 1A. The original sketch may be interpreted as the ventral-dorsal branch of the RID neurite loops around the pharynx. The new version prevents any incorrect interpretation of the trajectory of this neurite. It does not run in a circle around the pharynx, as might be implied by the cartoon, but rather loops back around the left side of the animal en route to the dorsal nerve cord. We have corrected the Figure to avoid any potential confusion. The original article did not make any statement on the trajectory. We thank our colleagues who brought our attention to this potential misinterpretation of the original sketch.

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  1. Maria Lim

  2. Jyothsna Chitturi

  3. Valeriya Laskova

  4. Jun Meng

  5. Daniel Findeis

  6. Anne Wiekenberg

  7. Ben Mulcahy

  8. Linjiao Luo

  9. Yan Li

  10. Yangning Lu

  11. Wesley Hung

  12. Yixin Qu

  13. Chiyip Ho

  14. Douglas Holmyard

  15. Ni Ji

  16. Rebecca D McWhirter

  17. Aravinthan DT Samuel

  18. Ralf Schnabel

  19. John A Calarco

Publication history

  1. Received: March 6, 2017
  2. Accepted: March 6, 2017
  3. Version of Record published: March 8, 2017 (version 1)

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© 2017, Lim et al.

This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use and redistribution provided that the original author and source are credited.

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