Correction to: Basic Characteristics of Muse Cells (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 1103, (10.1007/978-4-431-56847-6_2))

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The below listed corrections have been carried out in the following pages of the current version: 1. In page 14, the legend of Fig. 2.1 “Trilineage differentiation ability of single Muse cell-derived cluster. The central phase-contrast microscopic image shows expanded cells emerging from the single Muse cell-derived cluster in gelatincoated culture dish. In expanded cells, cells positive for neurofilament, cytokeratin 7, smooth muscle actin, alpha-fetoprotein, and desmin were detected” is corrected to “SSEA-3(+) Muse cells differentiate into various kinds of ectodermal-, endodermal- and mesodermal-lineage cells in vitro and in vivo, either spontaneously or by cytokine induction.” 2. In page 16, section 2.2, sub-section 2.2.1, the third paragraph, “Trilineage differentiation” was duplicated in the last sentence which is now corrected and the updated sentence now reads “Because single cell-derived pluripotent-like clusters are not formed, trilineage differentiation and self-renewal are” 3. In page 23, section 2.5, sub-section 2.5.1, the fourth paragraph, the word “uick” is incorrect. It is corrected to “quick”. 4. In page 24, section 2.6, sub-section 2.6.1, Figure 2.8, the word “chorangiocytes” is incorrect. It is corrected to “Cholangiocytes”. 5. In page 30, section 2.8, the ratio “0.01~0.03%” is incorrect. It is corrected to “0.1~0.03%”.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)C1
JournalAdvances in experimental medicine and biology
Volume1103
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)

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