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Erratum to: HP1gamma function is required for male germ cell survival and spermatogenesis

The Original Article was published on 27 April 2010

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After the publication of this work[1] it was brought to the authors’ attention that Figure three (Figure1 here) contained a duplication error, where the HP1gamma staining for wild-type thymus and brain are identical. The correct figure is given below.

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HP1γ protein expression was dramatically reduced in Cbx3hypo/hypotissues. Protein expression was reduced to almost undetectable levels in testis, kidney, lung, brain, liver spleen and thymus tissues from the Cbx3hypo/hypomice.

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    Brown JP, Jorn B, Bettina B-L, Mustafa B, Phillipp S, Heinz W, Singh PB: HP1gamma function is required for male germ cell survival and spermatogenesis. Epigenetics & Chromatin. 2010, 3: 9-10.1186/1756-8935-3-9.

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Brown, J.P., Bullwinkel, J., Baron-Lühr, B. et al. Erratum to: HP1gamma function is required for male germ cell survival and spermatogenesis. Epigenetics & Chromatin 5, 18 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1186/1756-8935-5-18

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