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Correction to: HSP60 critically regulates endogenous IL-1β production in activated microglia by stimulating NLRP3 inflammasome pathway

The original article was published in Journal of Neuroinflammation 2018 15:177

Correction

Upon publication of the original article [1], it was noticed that there is an error in Fig. 10, the dialog box in panel (b) was missing. The correct Fig. 10 is shown below.

Fig. 10
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Effect of HSP60 knockdown on the survival and behavior of the JEV-infected mice. a Survival plot showing increase in the survival of the mice after reduction in the inflammation by knockdown of HSP60. b Behavioral score plot shows delayed onset of the symptoms of JEV infection. Different scores were given for the behavior of the mice based on the symptoms. 0 = No pilorection; No body stiffening; No restriction of movement; No paralysis; No body tremor. 1 = Pilorection; No body stiffening; No restriction of movement; No paralysis; No body tremor. 2 = Pilorection; body stiffening; No restriction of movement; No paralysis; No body tremor. 3 = Pilorection; body stiffening; restriction of movement; No paralysis; No body tremor. 4 = Pilorection; body stiffening; restriction of movement; paralysis; No body tremor. 5 = Pilorection; body stiffening; restriction of movement; paralysis; body tremor. Data shown is representative of three different independent experiments and ‘n’ represents the number of animals in each group

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    Swaroop S, Mahadevan A, Shankar SK, Adlakha YK, Basu A. HSP60 critically regulates endogenous IL-1β production in activated microglia by stimulating NLRP3 inflammasome pathway. J Neuroinflammation. 2018 Dec;15(1):177.

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Correspondence to Yogita K. Adlakha or Anirban Basu.

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