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Erratum to: Membrane insertion and assembly of epitope-tagged gp9 at the tip of the M13 phage

The original article was published in BMC Microbiology 2011 11:211

Erratum

After publication of our article [1], we became aware that during the assembly of panel A in Fig. 6 a wrong control lane (α T7) had been included. The results and conclusions are not affected by this error.

The corrected Fig. 6 is shown as follows:

Fig. 6
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Presentation of the antigenic tags on gp9 of phage particles. (a) M13 phage (panel a) was applied onto nitrocellulose membrane and incubated with antibody to gp8, T7tag and HA tag, respectively, at the indicated concentrations. To visualize the phage a peroxidase-linked secondary antibody was applied and analysed by chemoluminescence. b M13 am9 phage grown in E. coli K38 cells bearing a plasmid encoding gp9-T7 or gp9DT7, respectively, were incubated with antibody to T7 and treated as described above. c M13 am9 phage propagated in E. coli K38 cells bearing a plasmid encoding gp9-HA or gp9DHA, respectively, were incubated with antibody to HA and treated as described above. For controls (Ctr), uninfected cultures were tested under identical conditions.

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    Ploss M, Kuhn A. Membrane insertion and assembly of epitope-tagged gp9 at the tip of the M13 phage. BMC Microbiol. 2011;11:211.

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Correspondence to Andreas Kuhn.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/1471-2180-11-211

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