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Correction to: PML: Regulation and multifaceted function beyond tumor suppression

The original article was published in Cell & Bioscience 2018 8:5

Correction to: Cell Biosci (2018) 8:5 https://doi.org/10.1186/s13578-018-0204-8

In the publication of this article [1], there is an error in Table 3. The position of the black arrow and the terms CBP, Cdk1/2 and STAT3 of Table 3 were placed incorrectly in the online version while these were placed correctly in the PDF.

The error:

Should instead read:

CBP is placed below HIPK2 and points P53.

The error:

Should instead read:

Cdk2 is placed below Cul3-KLHL20. Hypoxia points Cdk2 and Cdk2 inhibits PML.

The error:

Should instead read:

STAT3 is placed below STAT1. PML inhibits STAT3 and STAT3 points angiogenesis.

This has now been updated in the original article [1].

Reference

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    Hsu K-S, Kao H-Y. PML: Regulation and multifaceted function beyond tumor suppression. Cell Biosci. 2018;8:5. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13578-018-0204-8.

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