Erratum

Erratum for the Report “A plant miRNA contributes to antibacterial resistance by repressing auxin signaling” by L. Navarro, P. Dunoyer, F. Jay, B. Arnold, N. Dharmasiri, M. Estelle, O. Voinnet, J. D. G. Jones

Science  22 Jan 2016:
Vol. 351, Issue 6271,
DOI: 10.1126/science.aae0382

In the Report “A plant miRNA contributes to antibacterial resistance by repressing auxin signaling,” a loading control panel in Fig. 2A was incorrectly assembled. The authors have retrieved the original small RNA blots with their cognate rRNA loading controls. The original data show that the Report’s biological conclusion (miR393 is induced in response to the active flagellin-derived peptide flg22) remains valid. Patrice Dunoyer, who assembled Fig. 2A, takes full responsibility for this mistake. The corrected figure panel and caption follow.

Northern analysis of miR393 (left panels) and miR171 (right panels) upon treatment with flg22 (upper panels) or flg22A.tum (bottom panels). Col-0 seedlings were treated with either 10 μM flg22 or 10 μM flg22A.tum. The same membrane was first probed with a miR393 probe (left panels) and subsequently stripped and reprobed with a miR171 probe (right panels). rRNA, ethidium bromide staining of ribosomal RNA; R, miRNA signal ratio between flg22-treated versus flg22A.tum-treated samples at each time point.

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