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Erratum: 'Where' and 'what' in the whisker sensorimotor system

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Mathew E. Diamond, Moritz von Heimendahl, Per Magne Knutsen, David Kleinfeld and Ehud Ahissar Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9, 601–612 (2008)

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The authors would like to thank their many brilliant and helpful colleagues, too numerous to list. The joint efforts of the senior authors (M.E.D., D.K. and E.A.) have been supported by Human Frontier Science Program grant RG0043/2004-C. M.E.D. and E.A. are supported by European Commision grant BIOTACT (ICT-215910). E.A. and D.K. are supported by the United States–Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF grant 2003/222). M.E.D. is supported by the Ministero per l'Istruzione, l'Università e la Ricerca grant 2006050482_003, Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia and the Italian Institute of Technology. E.A. is supported by the Israel Science Foundation (grant 959/06) and the Minerva Foundation funded by the Federal German Ministry for Education and Research. D.K. is supported by National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke grant NS051177.

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Erratum: 'Where' and 'what' in the whisker sensorimotor system. Nat Rev Neurosci 9, 730 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/nrn2491

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