In the article by J. M. Chapman et al., entitled “The Colon Anion Transporter, Down-Regulated in Adenoma, Induces Growth Suppression That Is Abrogated by E1A,” which appeared in the September 1, 2002 issue of Cancer Research (), Figure 2 appeared incorrectly. The correct Figure 2 and corresponding legend appear below.

Fig. 2.

Effect of inducible DRA expression on cellular growth. A DLD-1 transfectant expressing an inducible DRAplasmid (pUHD10-3hygroDRA) and the tetracycline repressor was grown in the presence (▴) or absence (•) of tetracycline to measure growth rate. Growth curve data represent triplicates from one experiment; bars, SD. Inset, immunofluorescence (IMF) staining of DLD-1/DRA clone expressing pUHD10-3hygroDRA and the tetracycline repressor using a polyclonal DRA antibody in the presence (+Tet) or absence (−Tet) of tetracycline. Phase contrast (P-C) of the field is shown.

Fig. 2.

Effect of inducible DRA expression on cellular growth. A DLD-1 transfectant expressing an inducible DRAplasmid (pUHD10-3hygroDRA) and the tetracycline repressor was grown in the presence (▴) or absence (•) of tetracycline to measure growth rate. Growth curve data represent triplicates from one experiment; bars, SD. Inset, immunofluorescence (IMF) staining of DLD-1/DRA clone expressing pUHD10-3hygroDRA and the tetracycline repressor using a polyclonal DRA antibody in the presence (+Tet) or absence (−Tet) of tetracycline. Phase contrast (P-C) of the field is shown.

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