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Erratum to: ASPM-associated stem cell proliferation is involved in malignant progression of gliomas and constitutes an attractive therapeutic target

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In the original article [1], the additional file two: figure S.Two (additional file 1 here) contained two identical graphs. We present here the corrected figure S2 and the corresponding legend:

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    Bikeye Ngwabyt Sandra-Nadia, Colin Carole, Marie Yannick, Vampouille Raphaël, Ravassard Philippe, Rousseau Audrey, Boisselier Blandine, Idbaih Ahmed, Calvo Félix Charles, Leuraud Pascal, Lassalle Myriam, El Hallani Soufiane, Delattre Jean-Yves, Sanson Marc: ASPM-associated stem cell proliferation is involved in malignant progression of gliomas and constitutes an attractive therapeutic target. Cancer Cell International. 2010, 10: 1-10.1186/1475-2867-10-1.

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Additional file 1: Tumor spheroid characterization. Genomic stability was examined with CGHa analysis (left = DNA profile from the initial tumor; right = DNA profile from gliomasphere at passage p28). The chromosomes are indicated on the × axis and copy number is on y axis. Yellow indicates the normal genomic copy number, while green indicates a loss and red indicates a gain in copy number. Although some differences are observed, the comparison of both profiles shows that overall genomic profile is quite well preserved (except for an amplicon on chromosome 8 present only in the gliomasphere). (PPT 152 KB)

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Bikeye, SN.N., Colin, C., Marie, Y. et al. Erratum to: ASPM-associated stem cell proliferation is involved in malignant progression of gliomas and constitutes an attractive therapeutic target. Cancer Cell Int 11, 10 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1186/1475-2867-11-10

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