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Corrigendum to "Moderate Fluid Shear Stress Could Regulate the Cytoskeleton of Nucleus Pulposus and Surrounding Inflammatory Mediators by Activating the FAK-MEK5-ERK5-cFos-AP1 Signaling Pathway".

In the article titled "Moderate Fluid Shear Stress Could Regulate the Cytoskeleton of Nucleus Pulposus and Surrounding Inflammatory Mediators by Activating the FAK-MEK5-ERK5-cFos-AP1 Signaling Pathway" [1], a grant number was missing. The Acknowledgments section should be updated as follows:

This project was supported by the fund of Medical and Health Project of Guangzhou City (20151A011013, 20161A011013, 20171A011249, and 20171A011012), the fund of Guangzhou Municipal Science and Technology Bureau (201607010051), the fund of Guangdong Science and Technology Department (2013B021800070), and the Guangdong Provincial Natural Science Fund of China (2015A030313736 and 2018A030310021).

https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/4597569

References

[1] D. Ye, W. Liang, L. Dai, and Y. Yao, "Moderate fluid shear stress could regulate the cytoskeleton of nucleus pulposus and surrounding inflammatory mediators by activating the FAK-MEK5-ERK5-cFos-AP1 signaling pathway," Disease Markers, vol. 2018, Article ID 9405738, 9 pages, 2018.

Dongping Ye (iD), Weiguo Liang (iD), Libing Dai, and Yicun Yao

Guangzhou City Red Cross Hospital, The Fourth Affiliated Hospital of Medical College, Jinan University, Guangzhou 510220, China

Correspondence should be addressed to Dongping Ye; yedongping927@126.com

Received 22 July 2018; Accepted 29 July 2018; Published 27 September 2018

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Title Annotation:Corrigendum
Author:Ye, Dongping; Liang, Weiguo; Dai, Libing; Yao, Yicun
Publication:Disease Markers
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Date:Jan 1, 2018
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