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The authors have advised that the image used for Figure 3E, Panel 0 Gy 1.0 on page 6657, is incorrect. The correct Figure 3 is shown below.
The authors have advised Figure 5 on page 6658 is also incorrect. The image was intended to present all the results from the same cellular experiments in one image. To do this some adjustments were made to the Western blot bands to fit them into the same columns for drug concentration, radiation dose and time. This did mean some bands were rearranged and moved from their positions in the original Western blots. The upper bands which include pchk2, p-ATM, Rad51, KU70 and KU80 were part of the original experiments and the lower bands which include Cyclin B1, Cdc 2, p 21 and r-H2AX were added following peer review. The incorrect actin band was shown for the lower Western blots and the correct Figure 5 is shown below.
The authors apologize for these errors.
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