Author Correction: Shifted pallidal co-release of GABA and glutamate in habenula drives cocaine withdrawal and relapse

Correction to: Nature Neuroscience https://doi.org/10.1038/nn.4334, published online 27 July 2016.

In the version of this article initially published, the first sentence of the fourth paragraph of Methods section “Stereotactic injections” stated, “For VGAT overexpression studies, C57B6J mice were injected in the EPN with rAAV5-Ef1a-DIO-VGAT-mCherry (titer: 1 × 1012 gc ml−1; Addgene catalog #39320 (ref. 19); viral vector custom-made at UNC Viral vector core, University of North Carolina, USA).”

It should have stated, “For VGAT overexpression studies, C57B6J mice were injected in the EPN with a mix of rAAV5-Ef1a-DIO-VGAT (titer: 1 × 1012 gc ml−1; Addgene catalog #39320 (ref. 19); viral vector custom-made at UNC Viral vector core, University of North Carolina, USA) and rAAV5-EF1a-DIO-mCherry (titer: 7 × 1012 gc ml−1; Addgene catalog #114471; University of Pennsylvania, USA).”

The error has not been corrected in the original article.

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Meye, F.J., Soiza-Reilly, M., Smit, T. et al. Author Correction: Shifted pallidal co-release of GABA and glutamate in habenula drives cocaine withdrawal and relapse. Nat Neurosci (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41593-020-0610-1

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