Erratum to: Stochastic phenotypic interconversion in tumors can generate heterogeneity

European Biophysics Journal, Jul 2017

Giuseppina Simone

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Erratum to: Stochastic phenotypic interconversion in tumors can generate heterogeneity

Erratum to: Eur Biophys J Erratum to: Stochastic phenotypic interconversion in tumors can generate heterogeneity 0 University of Naples Federico II , Piazzale Tecchio 80, 80125 Naples , Italy 1 Mechanical Engineering , Microsystem , Northwestern Polytechnical University , 127 West Youyi Road, Xi'an Shaanxi 710072 , People's Republic of China 2 Giuseppina Simone The original article was published with the following errors: Vol.:(011233456789) - In the “Result” section, the second sentence in the second paragraph was incorrect. The correct sentence should read as: “The cells included two main subpopulations: cytokeratin positive (CK20+ and CD45+), defined as epithelial cancer cells, and cytokeratin negative (CK20− and CD45+), defined as residual hematological contaminant cells (Malara et al. 2014)”. The caption of the X-axis in Fig.  2d–g were incorrect. Figure 2 with correct caption is given below: The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1007/s00249-016-1190-6. ties related to the model and the experimental results. d N-loop of the stochastic model. Profile of a number of RHC and CTC. e Variation of the mean based on curves in (d). f Variation of standard deviation based on curves (d). g Variation of the mean and standard deviation for CTC


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Giuseppina Simone. Erratum to: Stochastic phenotypic interconversion in tumors can generate heterogeneity, European Biophysics Journal, 2017, 1-2, DOI: 10.1007/s00249-017-1242-6