Vol. 208, No. 12, November 21, 2011. Pages 2477–2488.
The authors regret that a measurement was incorrect and that the source of the 5C8 clone was left out of the original publication. The corrected sentence in the Results section MD-3 efficiently induces antigen-specific T cell tolerance in nonhuman primates appears below.
“However, long-term graft survival was finally achieved with a combination treatment of low-dose rapamycin (trough level 6–12 ng/ml) and mouse–human IgG1 chimeric anti–human CD154 blocking antibody (5C8 clone derivative; National Institutes of Health Nonhuman Primate Reagent Resource), as well as MD-3.”
In addition, the following sentence has been added to the second paragraph of the Acknowledgments section.
“The anti-CD154 antibody used in these experiments was provided by the National Institutes of Health Nonhuman Primate Reagent Resource (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases contract HHSN 2722001300031C).”
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