In Development137, 3965-3971, Tbc1d10c immunofluorescence labelling of keratinocytes in touch domes of mouse skin was shown in Fig. 1B-D,H,L (p. 3967). Subsequently, the authors have found that the Tbc1d10c antibody used in this study appears to be labelling keratinocytes non-specifically by cross-reacting with another antigen. The labelling of touch dome cells with the marker CD200 remains valid (Fig. 1).
The authors wish to stress that these findings do not change the conclusions of the study, as subsequent analyses make use of the CD200 marker.