Optimized human intestinal organoid model reveals interleukin-22-dependency of paneth cell formation: Optimized human intestinal organoid model reveals interleukin-22-dependency of paneth cell formation (Cell Stem Cell (2022) 29(9) (1333–1345.e6), (S1934590922003381), (10.1016/j.stem.2022.08.002))

Gui Wei He, Lin Lin, Jeff DeMartino, Xuan Zheng, Nadzeya Staliarova, Talya Dayton, Harry Begthel, Willine J. van de Wetering, Eduard Bodewes, Jeroen van Zon, Sander Tans, Carmen Lopez-Iglesias, Peter J. Peters, Wei Wu, Daniel Kotlarz, Christoph Klein, Thanasis Margaritis, Frank Holstege, Hans Clevers

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(Cell Stem Cell 29, 1333–1345.e1–e6; September 1, 2022) In Figure 1B of the originally published version of this manuscript, the authors mistakenly indicated that IL-22 was not included in the culturing medium for optimal patterning. However, IL-22 was in fact included, as indicated correctly in the diagram in Figure 1A. The authors have now replaced the incorrect minus sign in the IL-22 row at the bottom of Figure 1B with a correct plus sign in both the article online and the image included below, and they apologize for the confusion.[Formula

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1718-1720
Number of pages3
JournalCell Stem Cell
Volume29
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2022

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