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Correction: Compensatory induction of MYC expression by sustained CDK9 inhibition via a BRD4-dependent mechanism

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Cite this article as: eLife 2015;4:e09993 doi: 10.7554/eLife.09993

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Lu H, Xue Y, Yu GK, Arias C, Lin J, Fong S, Faure M, Weisburd B, Xiaodan J, Mercier A, Sutton J, Luo K, Gao Z, Zhou Q. 2015. Compensatory induction of MYC expression by sustained CDK9 inhibition via a BRD4-dependent mechanism. eLife 4:e06535. doi: 10.7554/eLife.06535

Published 17 June 2015

In the published article, author Yuhua Xue was misspelt as ‘Yuahua Xue’.

This article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Huasong Lu

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  2. Yuhua Xue

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  3. Guoying K Yu

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  4. Carolina Arias

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  5. Julie Lin

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  6. Susan Fong

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  7. Michel Faure

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  8. Ben Weisburd

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  9. Xiaodan Ji

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  10. Alexandre Mercier

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  11. James Sutton

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  12. Kunxin Luo

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  13. Zhenhai Gao

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  14. Qiang Zhou

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