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Efficacy of a recombinant single-chain fragment variable region, VasSF, as a new drug for vasculitis [Corrigendum]

Authors Kameoka Y, Kishi F, Koura M, Yamakawa Y, Nagasawa R, Ito F, Matsuda J, Suzuki O, Nakayama T, Suzuki K 

Received 12 April 2019

Accepted for publication 12 April 2019

Published 22 May 2019 Volume 2019:13 Pages 1689—1690


Kameoka Y, Kishi F, Koura M, et al. Drug Des Devel Ther. 2019;13:555–568.


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Page 561, beginning at the left-hand bottom of the page, “The number of peripheral blood lymphocytes and granulocytes did not change in the aVAP2-administered mice: WBCs: 4.42 (1.36–7.57)×109 cells/L vs 3.14 (1.48–15.7)×109 cells/L (Figure S3A). The number of granulocytes decreased: 0.15 (0.05–1.04)×109 cells/L vs 0.22 (0.04 0.69)×109 cells/L (Figure S3B).” should instead read “The number of peripheral blood lymphocytes and granulocytes did not change in the aVAP2-administered mice: WBCs: 2.11 (1.36–2.44)×109 cells/L vs 3.14 (1.48–15.7)×109 cells/L (Figure S3A). The number of granulocytes decreased: 0.055 (0.03–0.08)×109 cells/L vs 0.22 (0.04–0.69)×109 cells/L (Figure S3B).” 


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