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Erratum: ZIKA virus elicits P53 activation and genotoxic stress in human neural progenitors similar to mutations involved in severe forms of genetic microcephaly and p53

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Correction to: Cell Death and Disease 2016; 7: e2440. doi:10.1038/cddis.2016.266; published online 27 October 2016

Since the publication of this paper the publisher has noticed an error in the title of the paper. The correct title is:

‘ZIKA virus elicits P53 activation and genotoxic stress in human neural progenitors similar to mutations involved in severe forms of genetic microcephaly’

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Ghouzzi, V., Bianchi, F., Molineris, I. et al. Erratum: ZIKA virus elicits P53 activation and genotoxic stress in human neural progenitors similar to mutations involved in severe forms of genetic microcephaly and p53. Cell Death Dis 8, e2567 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/cddis.2016.446

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