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Correction to: Histone isoform H2A1H promotes attainment of distinct physiological states by altering chromatin dynamics
- Saikat Bhattacharya1, 4, 6,
- Divya Reddy1, 4,
- Vinod Jani†5,
- Nikhil Gadewal†3,
- Sanket Shah1, 4,
- Raja Reddy2, 4,
- Kakoli Bose2, 4,
- Uddhavesh Sonavane5,
- Rajendra Joshi5,
- Duane Smoot7,
- Hassan Ashktorab8 and
- Sanjay Gupta1, 4Email author
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- Published: 16 November 2018
The original article was published in Epigenetics & Chromatin 2017 10:48
After publication of this article , it was noticed Duane Smoot and Hassan Ashktorab who made and provided the cell line HFE145 were not included in the author list. RNA obtained from this cell line was used in one qRT-PCR experiment (Fig. 2d of the published manuscript).
The author list and author details have herewith been updated in this correction.
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- Bhattacharya S, Reddy D, Jani V, Gadewal N, Shah S, Reddy R, Bose K, Sonavane U, Joshi R, Gupta S. Histone isoform H2A1H promotes attainment of distinct physiological states by altering chromatin dynamics. Epigenet Chromatin. 2017;10(1):48. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13072-017-0155-z.View ArticleGoogle Scholar