Corrigendum: Independent optical excitation of distinct neural populations (Nature Methods (2014) 11, (338-346))

Nathan C. Klapoetke, Yasunobu Murata, Sung Soo Kim, Stefan R. Pulver, Amanda Birdsey-Benson, Yong Ku Cho, Tania K. Morimoto, Amy S. Chuong, Eric J. Carpenter, Zhijian Tian, Jun Wang, Yinlong Xie, Zhixiang Yan, Yong Zhang, Brian Y. Chow, Barbara Surek, Michael Melkonian, Vivek Jayaraman, Martha Constantine-Paton, Gane Ka Shu WongEdward S. Boyden

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In the version of this article initially published, the Drosophila transgenic strains were incorrectly reported as generated using Chrimson (Fig. 3, Supplementary Figs. 14–16 and Supplementary Videos 2–6). Owing to a miscommunication, the Drosophila strains were actually generated with CsChrimson, a CsChR-Chrimson chimera replacing the Chrimson N terminus with the CsChR N terminus. CsChrimson has the same spectral and kinetic properties as Chrimson; these data have been added to the paper in the form of an addendum, and incorrectly listed strains have been fixed in the main text and supplementary materials. The error has been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the article.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)971
Number of pages1
JournalNature Methods
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 28 Sept 2014


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