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Correction: Epigenetic loss of AOX1 expression via EZH2 leads to metabolic deregulations and promotes bladder cancer progression

The Original Article was published on 05 August 2019

Correction to: Oncogene

After publication of this article, the authors noticed errors in some of the figures. In Figs. 2e, 2f–g, 4a, 4j, 5a and 6b, unmatched β-actin was inadvertently used as loading control for the immunoblots. These have been corrected using repeat data from a similar set of samples and the revised Figures containing matched β-actin and their respective quantification data are included below. In Fig. 7a, the same image was inadvertently used to represent tumors 3 and 5 in the control group. This error has been corrected using original images of tumors 3 and 5 in the control group.

Additional corrections have been made in the Article and Figure legends to enhance the clarity of the description. NAD was replaced by NADP. NAD/NADP was replaced by NADP/NADPH. The description of the antibody source and dilution for the antigens PFKFB4 (Abcam, 1:1000), G6PD, and HK1 (Cell Signaling, 1:1,000) have been included in the Methods section for Western Blot. The legend for Fig. 4e and 4j has been updated. The authors have updated Supplementary Figure 6a with higher quality images of the immunoblots from replicate experiments. In addition, new Supplementary Figure 6d, containing data from replicate mouse experiments described in Figure 7, has been included to strengthen the original findings. The legend for Supplementary Figure 6 has been updated to reflect this inclusion.


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Correspondence to Nagireddy Putluri.

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Vantaku, V., Putluri, V., Bader, D.A. et al. Correction: Epigenetic loss of AOX1 expression via EZH2 leads to metabolic deregulations and promotes bladder cancer progression. Oncogene 39, 6387–6392 (2020).

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