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J Exp Med. 2010 February 15; 207(2): 443.
PMCID: PMC2822615

Heterozygous deficiency of δ-catenin impairs pathological angiogenesis

Vol. 207, No. 1, January 18, 2010. Pages 77–84.

The version of this article and the accompanying In This Issue piece posted online on 4 January 2010 erroneously stated that δ-catenin was thus far only detected in neuronal cells. These erroneous statements were removed prior to print, and corrected versions of both articles were posted online on 11 January 2010. In addition, a sentence describing previously documented δ-catenin expression in some human prostate cancer samples, and a reference by Lu et al. (2005. 36:1037–1048. Hum. Pathol.), have been added to the Discussion of the corrected version of the article. The authors apologize for this unintentional oversight.

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