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The Original Article was published on 12 April 2006

The article ‘Can super-antibody drugs be tamed?’ (Nature 440, 855–856; 2006) contained two errors. Steve Anderton researches autoimmune disease, not the use of antibodies to overcome cancer. And he did not state that the CD25 receptor may be a safer target for antibody therapies than CD28; instead, he suggested that CD25 may be of some use as a marker for regulatory T cells, and that other costimulatory molecules, such as CD154, may represent safer targets for immunomodulatory antibodies. Nature apologizes for any confusion.

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Corrections. Nature 441, 141 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/441141a

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