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Erratum to: Cytoplasm-predominant Pten associates with increased region-specific brain tyrosine hydroxylase and dopamine D2 receptors in mouse model with autistic traits
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- Published: 3 February 2016
The original article was published in Molecular Autism 2015 6:63
Additionally, the included Fig. 1a now shows the correct amino acid changes. We apologize for any confusion caused by this error.
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