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Correction to: Interaction of the heterotrimeric G protein alpha subunit SSG-1 of Sporothrix schenckii with proteins related to stress response and fungal pathogenicity using a yeast two-hybrid assay

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The original article was published in BMC Microbiology 2010 10:317

Correction to: BMC Microbiol (2010) 10:317

https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2180-10-317

Following the publication of this article [1], it was brought to our attention that Fig. 7A lane 2 is identical to Fig. 7B lane 2 and Fig. 7B lane 4 is identical to Fig. 7C lane 4. The corrected Fig. 7 with accompanying figure legend can be seen below. This correction does not change the conclusions drawn from the data.

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Co-immunoprecipitation and Western Blot analyses of SSG-1 interacting proteins. a corresponds to the results of the Co-IP of SSG-1 and SsSOD, b corresponds to the results of the Co-IP of SSG-1 and SsNramp, c corresponds to the results of the Co-IP of SSG-1 and SsSit and d corresponds to the results of the Co-IP of SSG-1 and SsGAPDH. Whole cell free extracts of S. cerevisiae cells expressing the complete c-myc tagged SSG-1 coding sequence fused to the GAL4 activation domain (prey protein) and the HA tagged protein fragment fused to the GAL4 DNA binding domain (bait protein) were co-immunoprecipitated as described in Methods. The coimmunoprecipitated proteins were separated using 10% SDS polyacrylamide electrophoresis under non-reducing conditions and transferred to nitrocellulose. Lane 1: Nitrocellulose strips were probed with anti-cMyc antibody as the primary antibody and anti-mouse IgG as the secondary antibody that recognizes both the heavy and light chain of the anti-cMyc (The two high molecular weight bands present belong to the anti-cMyc antibody used for precipitation). Lane 2: Negative controls where no primary antibody was added and probed with the secondary antibody anti-mouse IgG that recognizes both the heavy and light chain of the anti-cMyc antibody. Lane 3: Nitrocellulose strips were probed with anti-HA antibody as the primary antibody and anti-rabbit IgG as the secondary antibody that recognizes both the heavy and light chain of the anti-HA. Lane 4: Negative controls where no primary antibody was added and probed with the secondary antibody anti-rabbit IgG that recognizes both the heavy and light chain of the anti-HA antibody. Pre-stained molecular weight markers were included in outside lanes of the gel. Exposure times to detect the interacting proteins SSSOD using anti-cMyc antibodies and antiHA antibodies were 3.1 s and 9.1 s, respectively. To detect the other binding partners SSNRAMP, SSSIT, and SSGAPDH using anti-cMyc antibody and anti-HA antibody were 1 s for each one

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    Pérez-Sánchez, et al. Interaction of the heterotrimeric G protein alpha subunit SSG-1 of Sporothrix schenckii with proteins related to stress response and fungal pathogenicity using a yeast two-hybrid assay. BMC Microbiol. 2010;10:317. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2180-10-317.

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Correspondence to Nuri Rodríguez-del Valle.

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Pérez-Sánchez, L., González, E., Colón-Lorenzo, E.E. et al. Correction to: Interaction of the heterotrimeric G protein alpha subunit SSG-1 of Sporothrix schenckii with proteins related to stress response and fungal pathogenicity using a yeast two-hybrid assay. BMC Microbiol 19, 262 (2019) doi:10.1186/s12866-019-1656-7

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