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X.C. and Y.H. contributed equally to this work, as did Z.Y. and L.C.
And the Acknowledgments should have been included.
We thank Dr. James Morris of Clemson University for critical reading of the manuscript. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation of China (U1202226 and 31260508 to ZY, 31260264 to HY), the Yunnan Provincial Project (2013HA026 to LC), and the National Institutes of Health (U19 AI089672 to LC).
No competing interests
09 November 2017
Xi Chen, Yongshu He, Yinglei Miao, Zhaoqing Yang, Liwang Cui
Department of pathogen biology and immunology, Kunming Medical University, Kunming, Yunnan, China