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Aberrant Expression miR-196a is Associated With Abnormal Apoptosis, Invasion, and Proliferation of Pancreatic Cancer Cells: Erratum

doi: 10.1097/MPA.0000000000001515
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In the article “Aberrant Expression miR-196a is Associated With Abnormal Apoptosis, Invasion, and Proliferation of Pancreatic Cancer Cells,” published in the October 2013 issue of Pancreas, an error appears in Figure 7. The authors report that Figures 7B and D are the same original images due to a mistake in the selection of the images during the article writing process. The authors explain that because the experimental results pictures were very similar, the same picture was mistakenly used twice in file processing, resulting in duplication of the Figures 7B and D. The corrected figure appears below.

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FIGURE 7:
Effect of miR-196a on invasion of Panc-1 cells. Panc-1 cells (A) untreated then subjected to analyses for Transwell invasion assay as described in Materials and Methods; Panc-1 cells were treated with scrambled RNA oligomer (B), miR-196a pre-miR precursor (C), and miR-196a anti-miR miRNA inhibitors (D) for 48 hours, then cell invasion was measured by Transwell migration for 8 hours; polycarbonate filters (pore size, 8 μm) were precoated with Matrigel. Cells on the bottom of filter were fixed, stained, and counted.*P < 0.05(vs control, E).

REFERENCE

Liu M, Du Y, Gao J, et al. Aberrant expression miR-196a is associated with abnormal apoptosis, invasion, and proliferation of pancreatic cancer cells. Pancreas. 2013;42:1169–1181.
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