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Author Correction: Effect of Amoxicillin in combination with Imipenem-Relebactam against Mycobacterium abscessus

The Original Article was published on 27 January 2020

Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-57844-8, published online 27 January 2020

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“J.A.G.C. is grateful to the Academy of Medical Sciences, Global Challenges Research Fund and Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity Research Foundation (BWCHCRF) for their continued support of the Mycobacterial Research Group at Aston University. The Mycobacterium abscessus clinical isolates used in this study were provided by Dr. Simon Waddell, Brighton and Sussex Medical School. We are also grateful to Dr. Amit Chattopadhyay, Aston University, for technical support. This research was funded by Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity Research Foundation (BWCHCRF) (R.C.L. 50% PhD Studentship, match funded by Aston University Prize Scheme) and the Academy of Medical Sciences and Global Challenges Research Fund with a Springboard Grant (SBF003\1088:).”

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“J.A.G.C. is grateful to the Academy of Medical Sciences, Global Challenges Research Fund and Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity Research Foundation (BWCHCRF) for their continued support of the Mycobacterial Research Group at Aston University. The Mycobacterium abscessus clinical isolates used in this study were provided by Dr. Simon Waddell, Brighton and Sussex Medical School. We are also grateful to Dr. Amit Chattopadhyay, Aston University, for technical support. This research was funded by Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity Research Foundation (BWCHCRF) (R.C.L. 50% PhD Studentship, match funded by Aston University Prize Scheme) and this project was supported by the Academy of Medical Sciences /the British Heart Foundation/the Government Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy/ Global Challenges Research Fund /the Wellcome Trust Springboard Award [SBF003\1088].”

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Lopeman, R.C., Harrison, J., Rathbone, D.L. et al. Author Correction: Effect of Amoxicillin in combination with Imipenem-Relebactam against Mycobacterium abscessus. Sci Rep 10, 4540 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-61546-6

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