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Osong Public Health Res Perspect > Volume 11(4); 2020
Hematian, Sadeghifard, Mohebi, Taherikalani, Nasrolahi, Amraei, and Ghafourian: Corrigendum to “Traditional and Modern Cell Culture in Virus Diagnosis”[Osong Public Health Res Perspect 2016;7(2):77–82]
In the above-mentioned article, the authors want to update the source of Figures 2 and 4 in Figure legends and in the Reference section, which was missing the original article. The figure originally published in our own previous article and it is now cited properly.
Figure 2
Untreated A549 cells, B) HSV2 inoculated to A549, C) adenovirus inoculated to A549, D) untreated MRC-5 fibroblasts, E) CMV inoculated MRC-5 fibroblasts, F) rhinovirus inoculated to MRC-5 fibroblasts, G) untreated RhMK, H) enterovirus inoculated to RhMk, I) influenza A inoculated to RhMk, J) untreated HEp-2 K) RSV inoculated to HEp-2, L) monkey virus inoculated to RhMk [1].
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Figure 4
IF Diagnosis of viral respiratory pathogens inoculated to R-Mix cells. A) Un treated R-Mix, B) adenovirus, C) influenza type A, D) influenza type B E) parainfluenza virus type 1, F) parainfluenza virus 2, G) parainfluenza virus 3, H) RSV [1].
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The authors regret this error and would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.
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1. Leland DS, Ginocchio CC. Role of cell culture for virus detection in the age of technology. Clin Microbiol Rev 2007;20(1):49-78.
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