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The Outlook article 'Industrial strength' (Nature537, S57–S59;10.1038/537S57a2016) incorrectly stated that the 1999 trial at the University of Pennsylvania was based on a retrovirus; it was in fact based on an adenovirus.Also, the Outlook Q&A 'Illuminated
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