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Erratum: KJR 2007;8:365-371 Author's Correction
Page 366, first sentence of Material and Methods should read, "A human immortalized neural stem cell (NSC) line, HB1.F3, was used for our study. The tactics used for the isolation, propagation, characterization, and cloning of these cells, were as described previously (26, 27). This was kindly provided by Dr. Seung U. Kim (Ajou University, Suwon, Korea).


26. Chu K, Kim M, Jeong SW, Kim SU, Yoon BW. Human neural stem cells can migrate, differentiate, and integrate after intravenous transplantation in adult rats with transient forebrain ischemia. Neurosci Lett. 2003. 343:129–133.
27. Flax JD, Aurora S, Yang C, Simonin C, Wills AM, Billinghurst LL, et al. Engraftable human neural stem cells respond to developmental cues, replace neurons, and express foreign genes. Nat Biotechnol. 1998. 16:1033–1039.
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