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Author Correction: Tumours with PI3K activation are resistant to dietary restriction

The Original Article was published on 11 March 2009

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Correction to: Nature online 11 March 2009

In Fig. 3a of this Article, the western blot at the top right (P-S473 Akt, DLD-WT, 24 h) was a duplicate of the blot on the left (1 h). This error does not affect the conclusions of the paper. The corrected panel is shown as Fig. 1 of this Amendment, together with the incorrect published panel, for transparency to readers. See Supplementary Information to this Amendment for the raw data for the corrected Fig. 3. The original Article has not been corrected.

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This is the corrected Fig. 3a panel of the original Article, together with the incorrect, published Fig. 3a panel.

Supplementary information is available in the online version of this Amendment.

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  • 25 June 2020

    This amendment was updated to include the Supplementary Information file, which was originally omitted.

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Correspondence to David M. Sabatini.

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This file contains Source Data for western blots in Figure 3.

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Kalaany, N.Y., Sabatini, D.M. Author Correction: Tumours with PI3K activation are resistant to dietary restriction. Nature 581, E2 (2020).

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