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Correction: Single-cell RNA-seq reveals transcriptomic heterogeneity mediated by host–pathogen dynamics in lymphoblastoid cell lines

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Cite this article as: eLife 2021;10:e75422 doi: 10.7554/eLife.75422

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2021. SoRelle ED, Dai J, Bonglack EN, Heckenberg EM, Zhou JY, Giamberardino SN, Bailey JA, Gregory SG, Chan C, Luftig MA. Single-cell RNA-seq reveals transcriptomic heterogeneity mediated by host–pathogen dynamics in lymphoblastoid cell lines. eLife 10:e62586. doi: 10.7554/eLife.62586

Published 27 January 2021

After publication, it came to our attention that the M81 strain of EBV used in this work was incorrectly referred to as a Type 2 EBV strain within the Key Resources table. While the M81 strain contains the V3 version of the Z promoter and is thus spontaneously lytic due to higher Z expression (a characteristic of Type 2 EBV), it is a Type one strain. We have corrected the manuscript as follows to resolve this error:

#1

Original text:

[ Key resources table, row 3, “Additional Information” column ]

Stimulated to obtain M81 strain (Type 2 EBV) viral supernatants

Corrected text:

[ Key resources table, row 3, “Additional Information” column ]

Stimulated to obtain M81 strain (Type 1 EBV) viral supernatants

#2

Original text:

[ Within the Author response section ]

The contributions from testing different viral strains (B95-8 and M81, the most widely used Type one and Type two strains, respectively) in cells from the same donor are articulated throughout the manuscript.

Corrected text:

[ Within the Author response section ]

The contributions from testing different viral strains (B95-8 and M81) in cells from the same donor are articulated throughout the manuscript.

The article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Elliott D SoRelle

  2. Emmanuela N Bonglack

  3. Emma M Heckenberg

  4. Jeffrey Y Zhou

  5. Stephanie N Giamberardino

  6. Jeffrey A Bailey

  7. Simon G Gregory

  8. Cliburn Chan

Publication history

  1. Received: November 9, 2021
  2. Accepted: November 9, 2021
  3. Version of Record published: November 11, 2021 (version 1)

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© 2021, SoRelle et al.

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