Erratum: Differential Fuel Requirements of Human NK Cells and Human CD8 T Cells: Glutamine Regulates Glucose Uptake in Strongly Activated CD8 T Cells (ImmunoHorizons (2020) 4 (231–244) DOI: 10.4049/immunohorizons.2000020)

Steven R. Presnell, Henry K. Spear, Jerika Durham, Tyce Riddle, Austin Applegate, Charles T. Lutz

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Presnell, S. R., H. K. Spear, J. Durham, T. Riddle, A. Applegate, and C. T. Lutz. 2020. Differential fuel requirements of human NK cells and human CD8 T cells: glutamine regulates glucose uptake in strongly activated CD8 T cells. In the second paragraph of the Human subjects and flow cytometry section of the Materials and Methods, there was an error in the description of the CD8 T cells analyzed. The fourth sentence of the paragraph, “In these experiments, CD31 CD42 staining identified CD8 T cells; CD56dim and CD32 staining identified CD56dim NK cells,” should read: “In these experiments, CD31 CD42CD45RA2 staining identified CD31CD42CD45RA2 CD8 T cells; CD56dim and CD32 staining identified CD56dim NK cells.” In addition, the legend for Supplemental Fig. 4A has been corrected to read “A. Memory CD8 T cells and NK cells in PBMC from 4 research subjects were analyzed immediately ex vivo, assessing Mitoview Green staining as described inMaterials and Methods.” The text has been corrected in the online article. The Supplemental material has also been updated online.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)454
Number of pages1
JournalImmunoHorizons
Volume4
Issue number8
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 1 2020

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  • Immunology and Allergy

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