Erratum: Protective porcine influenza virus-specific monoclonal antibodies recognize similar haemagglutinin epitopes as humans (PLoS Pathogens (2021) 17:3 (e1009330) DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1009330)

Barbara Holzer, Pramila Rijal, Adam McNee, Basudev Paudyal, Veronica Martini, Becky Clark, Tanuja Manjegowda, Francisco J. Salguero, Emily Bessell, John C. Schwartz, Katy Moffat, Miriam Pedrera, Simon P. Graham, Alistair Noble, Marie Bonnet-Di Placido, Roberto M. la Ragione, William Mwangi, Peter Beverley, John W. McCauley, Rodney S. DanielsJohn A. Hammond, Alain R. Townsend, Elma Tchilian

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Abstract

In Fig 6, data points from Fig 6B BAL-4DPI graph were inadvertently reused in Fig 6B NS - 1DPI instead of relevant data points when measuring virus titer in respective tissues. Please see the correct Fig 6 below. (Figure Presented).

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere1009815
JournalPLoS Pathogens
Volume17
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2021

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