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Front. Immunol. | doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2018.02627

Corrigendum: Lymphocyte Autophagy in Homeostasis, Activation, and Inflammatory Diseases

 Frédéric Gros1* and Florent Arbogast1
  • 1Université de Strasbourg, France

Corrigendum on: Lymphocyte Autophagy in Homeostasis, Activation, and Inflammatory Diseases
In the original article, two clarifications about cited references are necessary.
First, the sentence “As a consequence, autophagy-deficient T cells show impaired TH9 differentiation and antitumor responses “should be read “As a consequence, autophagy-deficient T cells show enhanced TH9-dependent antitumour responses. It refers to (1).
A correction has been made to the section “Autophagy in peripheral T cells”, subsection “Macroautophagy in T cell activation”, paragraph 2.
Moreover, even if mechanisms are not totally understood, Chen and collaborators indeed found experimental evidence in (2), for a role played by autophagy in limiting lipid peroxidation toxicity induced by reactive oxygen species. Instead of “To date, no mechanism linking autophagy and memory B cell survival has been proposed. It is possible that mitophagy and mobilization of lipids through lipophagy might be important, as for T cells.“, one should read “Chen and collaborators showed that autophagy in memory B cells limits mitochondrial ROS production and toxicity of peroxidized lipids. It is possible that mobilization of lipids through lipophagy might also be important as for T cells.”
A correction has been made to the section “Autophagy in peripheral B cells”, subsection “Macroautophagy in Memory B cell and Plasma Cell survival”, paragraph 2.
The authors apologize for these errors. The original article has been updated.
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Keywords: Autophagy, mitophagy, Metabolism, Unfolded Protein Response, Autoimmunity, Lymphocytes

Received: 24 Aug 2018; Accepted: 25 Oct 2018.

Edited by:

Marko Radic, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, United States

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* Correspondence: Dr. Frédéric Gros, Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, f.gros@ibmc-cnrs.unistra.fr