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Correction: A unicellular relative of animals generates a layer of polarized cells by actomyosin-dependent cellularization

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Cite this article as: eLife 2020;9:e60055 doi: 10.7554/eLife.60055

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Dudin O, Ondracka A, Grau-Bové X, Haraldsen AAB, Toyoda A, Suga H, Bråte J, Ruiz-Trillo I. 2019. A unicellular relative of animals generates a layer of polarized cells by actomyosin-dependent cellularization. eLife 8:e49801. doi: 10.7554/eLife.49801.

Published 24, October 2019

We have identified an error in the reported genome size of S. arctica. This error was unintentional and reported the genome size of a previous and older version of the genome. This error was found twice in the manuscript. See below.

[1] Under heading- ‘Cellularization is associated with extensive sequential transcriptional waves and is associated with evolutionarily younger transcripts’:

“The final assembly sequences comprised 115,261,641 bp, and the metrics were greatly improved compared to the previous assembly”

The assembly size is 142,721,209 bp.

[2] Figure 3—source data 1:

“Total sequence length of Version 2.1 (this study): 115,261,641 bp”

The assembly size is 142,721,209 bp.

The article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Arthur AB Haraldsen

  2. Hiroshi Suga

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  1. Version of Record published: June 19, 2020 (version 1)

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© 2020, Dudin et al.

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