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Author Correction: Single-cell transcriptomic analysis of Alzheimer’s disease

The Original Article was published on 01 May 2019

Correction to: Nature https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1195-2, published online 01 May 2019.

In the Acknowledgements section of this Article, the funding statement should have included that the work was supported in part by the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund (CAF). In addition, the final NIH grant acknowledged should have been ‘U01MH119509’ instead of ‘RF1AG054012’. In Supplementary Table 2, for the worksheets labelled ‘Ex’, ‘In’, ‘Ast’, ‘Oli’, ‘Opc’ and ‘Mic’, the column labels ‘early.pathology.mean’ and ‘late.pathology.mean’ were inadvertently reversed under the ‘early-pathology vs late-pathology differential expression’ heading (that is, columns Y and Z in each worksheet). These errors have been corrected online.

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Mathys, H., Davila-Velderrain, J., Peng, Z. et al. Author Correction: Single-cell transcriptomic analysis of Alzheimer’s disease. Nature 571, E1 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1329-6

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