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Publisher Correction: Spring constant and sensitivity calibration of FluidFM micropipette cantilevers for force spectroscopy measurements

The Original Article was published on 16 July 2019

Correction to: Scientific Reports, published online 16 July 2019

This Article contains an error in the order of the Figures. Figures 5 and 6 were published as Figures 6 and 5 respectively. The correct Figures 5 and 6 appear below as Figures 1 and 2. The Figure legends are correct.

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(A) The obtained InvOLS values measured in 1 μm steps on the polystyrene substrate with the three FluidFM cantilevers. The curves represent a 5th grade polynomial fit on the datasets. (B) The spring constant measured in 1 μm steps in air with the three FluidFM cantilevers, as functions of the laser spot position.

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(A) The noise levels calculated as mean squared error (MSE) of linear fit on the baseline of a forcecurve (see Fig. 1B). (B) The same MSEs, measured on the linear indentation (approach) section of the forcecurve, which was used for InvOLS calculations.

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Nagy, Á.G., Kámán, J., Horváth, R. et al. Publisher Correction: Spring constant and sensitivity calibration of FluidFM micropipette cantilevers for force spectroscopy measurements. Sci Rep 9, 18009 (2019).

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