Correction: Correction: Gene expression and immunohistochemical analyses of mKast suggest its late pupal and adult-specific functions in the honeybee brain

Yamane, Atsuhiro; Kohno, Hiroki; Ikeda, Tsubomi; Kaneko, Kumi; Ugajin, Atsushi; Fujita, Toshiyuki; Kunieda, Takekazu; Kubo, Takeo
October 2017
PLoS ONE;10/03/2017, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p1
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