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Author Correction: Regulation of synaptic architecture and synaptic vesicle pools by Nervous wreck at Drosophila Type 1b glutamatergic synapses

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Title
Author Correction: Regulation of synaptic architecture and synaptic vesicle pools by Nervous wreck at Drosophila Type 1b glutamatergic synapses
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Experimental and Molecular Medicine, August 2018
DOI 10.1038/s12276-018-0132-z
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Joon Haeng Hur, Sang-Hee Lee, A-Young Kim, Young Ho Koh

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After online publication of this article, the authors noticed an error in the ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS section.

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