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Correction: The soluble pattern recognition receptor PTX3 links humoral innate and adaptive immune responses by helping marginal zone B cells.

TitleCorrection: The soluble pattern recognition receptor PTX3 links humoral innate and adaptive immune responses by helping marginal zone B cells.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsChorny, A, Casas-Recasens, S, Sintes, J, Shan, M, Polentarutti, N, García-Escudero, R, A Walland, C, Yeiser, JR, Cassis, L, Carrillo, J, Puga, I, Cunha, C, Bastos, H, Rodrigues, F, Lacerda, JF, Morais, A, Dieguez-Gonzalez, R, Heeger, PS, Salvatori, G, Carvalho, A, Garcia-Sastre, A, J Blander, M, Mantovani, A, Garlanda, C, Cerutti, A
JournalJ Exp Med
Volume214
Issue5
Pagination1559
Date Published2017 May 01
ISSN1540-9538
DOI10.1084/jem.2015028204172017c
Alternate JournalJ. Exp. Med.
PubMed ID28420735
PubMed Central IDPMC5413321