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The original article to which this Erratum refers was published in Cancer (2005) 104(6):1113–28.

In the article cited above, Figure 1 was inadvertently published in black and white, which made it difficult for readers to differentiate between the shadings used to identify genes that were up-regulated or down-regulated.

Figure 1 and the accompanying legend have been reprinted below; results and conclusions of this article remain unchanged.

The Publisher regrets this error.

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Figure 1. (A) Global up-regulation of genes that mediate cell cycle were identified using GenMapp 2.0 software (http://www.genmapp.org). Genes labeled red were found to be up-regulated by one or more studies, and those labeled blue were found to be down-regulated. Three genes, CCND2 (cyclin D2), CDKN1A (cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 1A; p21; Cip1), and CDKN1B (cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 1B; p27; Kip1), were either up-regulated or down-regulated by multiple studies, as indicated by the blue borders around red labels. (B) Global down-regulation of genes encoding for cytoplasmic ribosomal proteins was identified by GenMapp 2.0 analysis. Six genes, encoding for cytoplasmic ribosomal proteins L4, L21, L37A, S6, S21, and S29, were found to be either up-regulated or down-regulated by multiple studies, as indicated by the red borders around blue labels. Red: up-regulated; blue: down-regulated; white: not found.

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