Publisher Correction: Two dynamically distinct circuits drive inhibition in the sensory thalamus (Nature, (2020), 583, 7818, (813-818), 10.1038/s41586-020-2512-5)

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  • In the HTML version of this Article, the affiliations of Scott J. Cruikshank should not have included ‘Present address: UAB Comprehensive Neuroscience Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA’ or ‘Present address: Center for Neural Science, New York University, New York, NY, USA’. His affiliations should have included: Department of Neuroscience at Brown University; The UAB Civitan International Research Center at University of Alabama at Birmingham; UAB Comprehensive Neuroscience Center at University of Alabama at Birmingham; and Present address: Department of Neurobiology at University of Alabama at Birmingham. The PDF and print versions were correct. In addition, ref. 27 of the Article (Clemente-Perez et al., 2017), which was cited in relation to reduced bursting in somatostatin-Cre neurons, was not properly referenced for the description of the anatomical distribution of the cells. Ref. 27 (shown as ref. 1 to this Amendment) should have been cited for the observation that somatostatin-expressing neurons are selectively localized to the outer tiers of the thalamic reticular nucleus, and appeared after the text: “The highest densities of SOM– tdT cells were near the medial and lateral edges of the sector1”, and: “Cre expression in the somatosensory TRN of these mice was almost entirely restricted to the edge zones1”. We apologize for the omission. The original Article has been corrected online.
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    Author List

  • Martinez-Garcia RI; Voelcker B; Zaltsman JB; Patrick SL; Stevens TR; Connors BW; Cruikshank SJ
  • Start Page

  • E13
  • Volume

  • 585
  • Issue

  • 7825