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Erratum: Pleiotropic impacts of macrophage ands microglial deficiency on development in rats with targeted mutation of the Csf1r locus (Journal of Immunology (2019) 201 (2683-2699) DOI: 10.4049/jimmunol.1701783)

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In the analysis of gene expression in the brain, the sample labels for the pituitary gland and olfactory bulb were reversed. As a consequence, the clusters in Fig. 10B were mislabeled. A corrected version of Fig. 10 is shown below, along with the corrected figure legend. These corrections have been made to the online version of the article, which now differs from the print version as originally published. A corrected version of Supplemental Table I has also been published online. The current online supplemental material therefore differs from what was originally published online. The relevant text in the Results section under the heading “Network analysis of gene expression in the brain of Csf1r-deficient rats” now reads as follows: Fig. 10B shows the network graph for the combined analysis of the four brain regions; gene lists are provided in Supplemental Table I. The largest cluster was cluster 1 (4283 genes), containing pituitary gland-associated genes. Other region-specific clusters were cluster 3 (olfactory bulb; 878 genes), cluster 5 (hippocampus; 513 genes), and cluster 7 (striatum; 384 genes). The second largest cluster (cluster 2; 1253 genes) contained genes that were more highly expressed in both hippocampus and striatum. Two other main clusters also shared highly expressed genes between tissues: cluster 4 (olfactory bulb, striatum, and hippocampus; 757 genes) and cluster 6 (pituitary gland and olfactory bulb; 471 genes). None of these clusters showed any evidence of genotype association. (Figure Presented).

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