In the article by P. Dubey et al., entitled “Alternative pathways to prostate carcinoma activate prostate stem cell antigen expression,” which appeared in the April 15, 2001 issue of Cancer Research (pp. 3256–3261), Figure 3 appeared incorrectly. The correct Figure 3 and corresponding legend appear below.

Fig. 3.

mPSCA expression decreases in the normal prostate with increasing age but is elevated in the prostates of TRAMP mice. Tissues from 21- and 25-week-old male mice were dissociated and stained with control antibody (left panel) or α-mPSCA-1 (right panel), followed by goat antihamster FITC. A, lateral prostates from normal control animals. B, lateral prostates from TRAMP mice. C,extraprostatic tumors from the same TRAMP mice in B.

Fig. 3.

mPSCA expression decreases in the normal prostate with increasing age but is elevated in the prostates of TRAMP mice. Tissues from 21- and 25-week-old male mice were dissociated and stained with control antibody (left panel) or α-mPSCA-1 (right panel), followed by goat antihamster FITC. A, lateral prostates from normal control animals. B, lateral prostates from TRAMP mice. C,extraprostatic tumors from the same TRAMP mice in B.

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