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Adlaf EW, Vaden RJ, Niver AJ, Manuel AF, Onyilo VC, Araujo MT, Dieni CV, Vo HT, King GD, Wadiche JI, Overstreet-Wadiche L. 2017. Adult-born neurons modify excitatory synaptic transmission to existing neurons. eLife 6:e19886. doi: 10.7554/eLife.19886.

Published 30 January 2017

In the original article, there was an error in the Jackson Laboratory strain number specifying the Pomc-Cre mice used for experiments. In the methods section, it was incorrectly printed as Strain #005965 where it should have been Strain #010714. The authors apologize for this error that resulted from the availability of multiple lines of Pomc-Cre mice. This correction does not change the scientific conclusions.

The article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Elena W Adlaf

  2. Anastasia J Niver

  3. Allison F Manuel

  4. Vincent C Onyilo

  5. Matheus T Araujo

  6. Cristina V Dieni

  7. Hai T Vo

  8. Gwendalyn D King

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  1. Elena W Adlaf
  2. Ryan J Vaden
  3. Anastasia J Niver
  4. Allison F Manuel
  5. Vincent C Onyilo
  6. Matheus T Araujo
  7. Cristina V Dieni
  8. Hai T Vo
  9. Gwendalyn D King
  10. Jacques I Wadiche
  11. Linda Overstreet-Wadiche
Correction: Adult-born neurons modify excitatory synaptic transmission to existing neurons
eLife 11:e83258.

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