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Publisher Correction: Spontaneous regression of micro-metastases following primary tumor excision: a critical role for primary tumor secretome
BMC Biology volume 18, Article number: 198 (2020)
Correction to: BMC Biol 18, 163 (2020)
The original publication of this article  contained an incorrect version of figure 4, and an incorrect version of figure S4 in Additional file 1. The wrong version of both files, which contained an incorrect color legend, was accidentally used during typesetting of the article.
In this correction article the correct and incorrect version of figure 4 are published along with the updated Additional file 1.
The original article has been updated.
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Shaashua L, Eckerling A, Israeli B, et al. Spontaneous regression of micro-metastases following primary tumor excision: a critical role for primary tumor secretome. BMC Biol. 2020;18:163. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-020-00893-2.
Excision of the primary tumor elicits gradual regression of early-stage metastases. Table S1. Cytokines pointed out by the cytokine array. Fig. S2. ELISA validation of in-vitro tumor secretion of the chosen cytokines. Fig. S3. Elevated levels of Serpin E1, IL-8, MIF and PDGF-AA are correlated to poor survival in lung cancer patients. Fig. S4. Associations between levels of DKK1, IL-6, M-CSF and LIF and survival in breast cancer patients.
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Shaashua, L., Eckerling, A., Israeli, B. et al. Publisher Correction: Spontaneous regression of micro-metastases following primary tumor excision: a critical role for primary tumor secretome. BMC Biol 18, 198 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-020-00932-y