Publisher Correction: Subsets of ILC3−ILC1-like cells generate a diversity spectrum of innate lymphoid cells in human mucosal tissues

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Correction to: Nature Immunology https://doi.org/10.1038/s41590-019-0425-y, published online 17 June 2019.

In the version of this article initially published, there were several spacing, typographical and punctuation errors: Results, first subsection, fifth sentence, incorrect spacing (“...ILC3b,CD103+CD196+CD300LF cellsasILC1bandCD103+CD196CD300LF cells...”); Results, third subsection, first paragraph, third sentence, extraneous colon (“...indicative of: transforming growth factor...”); Results, fourth subsection, second sentence, incorrect second closing parentheses (“...neighbor embedding (t-SNE)) using...”); Fig. 6 title, incorrect final cell subset (“...ILC1b and ILC3a.”); Methods, eleventh subsection, first sentence, incorrect spacing (“...CD300LFand CD103...”); and Methods, twelfth subsection, second sentence, incorrect comma placement (“...protein-A-Mnase and chromatin, was...”.). The correct text is as follows: Results, first subsection, fifth sentence, “...ILC3b, CD103+CD196+CD300LF cells as ILC1b and CD103+CD196CD300LF cells...”; Results, third subsection, first paragraph, third sentence, “...indicative of transforming growth factor...”; Results, fourth subsection, second sentence, “...neighbor embedding (t-SNE) using...”; Fig. 6 title, “...ILC1b and ILC1a.”; Methods, eleventh subsection, first sentence, “...CD300LF and CD103...”; and Methods, twelfth subsection, second sentence, “...protein-A-Mnase, and chromatin was...”. The errors have been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the article.

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