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Correction

The Original Article was published on 03 August 2016

The News & Views article “Neuroscience: Flipping the sleep switch” by Stephane Dissel and Paul J. Shaw (Nature 536, 278–280; 2016) incorrectly stated that two potassium-channel proteins modulate a neuronal sleep-to-wake switch in fruit flies. In fact, at least three channels are involved in this process. The News & Views has now been corrected accordingly.

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Correction. Nature 537, 317 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/537317a

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