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Correction to: CART cells are prone to Fas- and DR5-mediated cell death

The original article was published in Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer 2018 6:71

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After publication of this article [1], it was noticed that 3 authors were missed from the author list. These authors are Evripidis Lanitis, Melita Irving and George Coukos. The correct author list can be seen above and updated Competing Interests, Authors’ Contributions and Acknowledgements can be seen below.

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    Tschumi BO, Dumauthioz N, Marti B, Zhang L, Schneider P, Mach J-P, et al. CART cells are prone to Fas- and DR5-mediated cell death. J Immuno Cancer. 2018;6:71 https://doi.org/10.1186/s40425-018-0385-z.

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Acknowledgements

We are grateful to P. Reichenbach for sharing his expertise in DNA cloning strategies. Special thanks to Prof. M. Thome for sharing her expertise in the field of T cell signalling.

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AD and BT designed and developed the study. BT, ND, BM and LZ performed the experiments, acquired and analyzed the data. E.L. has set up the protocol of transduction of murine primary lymphocytes. EL, MI and GC contributed to the conception, experimental design and analysis of results. PS shared his expertise on programmed cell death and provided essential reagents. AD, BT, LZ, PR and JPM wrote the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript.

Correspondence to Alena Donda.

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