Erratum: Epithelial STAT6 O-GlcNAcylation drives a concerted anti-helminth alarmin response dependent on tuft cell hyperplasia and Gasdermin C (Immunity (2022) 55(4) (623–638.e5), (S1074761322001327), (10.1016/j.immuni.2022.03.009))

Ming Zhao, Kaiqun Ren, Xiwen Xiong, Yue Xin, Yujie Zou, Jason C. Maynard, Angela Kim, Alexander P. Battist, Navya Koneripalli, Yusu Wang, Qianyue Chen, Ruyue Xin, Chenyan Yang, Rong Huang, Jiahui Yu, Zan Huang, Zengdi Zhang, Haiguang Wang, Daoyuan Wang, Yihui XiaoOscar C. Salgado, Nicholas N. Jarjour, Kristin A. Hogquist, Xavier S. Revelo, Alma L. Burlingame, Xiang Gao, Jakob von Moltke, Zhaoyu Lin, Hai Bin Ruan

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(Immunity 55, 623–638; April 12, 2022) In our recent paper entitled “Epithelial STAT6 O-GlcNAcylation drives anti-helminth immunity via a concerted anti-helminth alarmin response dependent on tuft cell hyperplasia and Gasdermin C” (Immunity 55:623-638 2022), we reported the role of GSDMC in serving as a conduit for the release of interleukin-33 from intestinal epithelial cells. We relied on a mouse strain lacking the 4 Gsdmc genes to support our conclusion. Regrettably, we referred incorrectly to a different strain in the STAR Methods and did not include the genetic characterization of the Gsdmc1,2,3,4-flox mouse strain in our article. This information is now accessible as a supplemental file (Methods S1). The authors apologize for any confusion the absence of this information may have created.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1327
Number of pages1
JournalImmunity
Volume55
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 12 2022

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