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Erratum: Telomere dysfunction induces metabolic and mitochondrial compromise

The Original Article was published on 09 February 2011

Nature 470, 359–365 (2011)

In this Article, references1,2,3 reporting an association between telomere dysfunction and mitochondrial impairment or TERT deficiency and mitochondrial impairment were inadvertently omitted.

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Sahin, E., Colla, S., Liesa, M. et al. Erratum: Telomere dysfunction induces metabolic and mitochondrial compromise. Nature 475, 254 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature10223

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