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Correction: Nsp9 and Nsp10 Contribute to the Fatal Virulence of Highly Pathogenic Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Emerging in China

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The rectal temperatures, clinical scores and average daily gains of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses.The body temperatures, average clinical scores and average daily gains (ADG) of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses with the RvJXwn backbone (A, C and E) or with the RvHB-1/3.9 backbone (B, D and F) are shown. The data are shown as the means ± standard deviations (error bars). The clinical scoring included the gross clinical score (GCS), respiratory clinical score (RCS) and nervous signs score (NSS). Total scores for each piglet represented the sum of the GCS, RCS and NSS. An additional five score was calculated in the total scores when the piglet died. Each piglet was scored from 0–20, and the mean values of day 1 to 4 pi, 5 to 8 pi, 9 to 12 pi, 13 to 15 pi, 16 to 18 pi and 19 to 21 pi were calculated. Asterisk indicates a significant difference between the chimeric virus and its parental backbone virus, RvJXwn or RvHB-1/3.9 (*P<0.05; **P<0.01; ***P<0.001). doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1004216.g006
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ppat-1004344-g002: The rectal temperatures, clinical scores and average daily gains of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses.The body temperatures, average clinical scores and average daily gains (ADG) of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses with the RvJXwn backbone (A, C and E) or with the RvHB-1/3.9 backbone (B, D and F) are shown. The data are shown as the means ± standard deviations (error bars). The clinical scoring included the gross clinical score (GCS), respiratory clinical score (RCS) and nervous signs score (NSS). Total scores for each piglet represented the sum of the GCS, RCS and NSS. An additional five score was calculated in the total scores when the piglet died. Each piglet was scored from 0–20, and the mean values of day 1 to 4 pi, 5 to 8 pi, 9 to 12 pi, 13 to 15 pi, 16 to 18 pi and 19 to 21 pi were calculated. Asterisk indicates a significant difference between the chimeric virus and its parental backbone virus, RvJXwn or RvHB-1/3.9 (*P<0.05; **P<0.01; ***P<0.001). doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1004216.g006

Mentions: The incorrect version of Figure 6 was published. The authors have changed the vertical arrangement of panel B, C, D, E and F to a horizontal style, and moved the graphs of clinical sign scores to the front of the graphs of average daily gains. Please see the corrected figure here.


Correction: Nsp9 and Nsp10 Contribute to the Fatal Virulence of Highly Pathogenic Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus Emerging in China
The rectal temperatures, clinical scores and average daily gains of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses.The body temperatures, average clinical scores and average daily gains (ADG) of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses with the RvJXwn backbone (A, C and E) or with the RvHB-1/3.9 backbone (B, D and F) are shown. The data are shown as the means ± standard deviations (error bars). The clinical scoring included the gross clinical score (GCS), respiratory clinical score (RCS) and nervous signs score (NSS). Total scores for each piglet represented the sum of the GCS, RCS and NSS. An additional five score was calculated in the total scores when the piglet died. Each piglet was scored from 0–20, and the mean values of day 1 to 4 pi, 5 to 8 pi, 9 to 12 pi, 13 to 15 pi, 16 to 18 pi and 19 to 21 pi were calculated. Asterisk indicates a significant difference between the chimeric virus and its parental backbone virus, RvJXwn or RvHB-1/3.9 (*P<0.05; **P<0.01; ***P<0.001). doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1004216.g006
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ppat-1004344-g002: The rectal temperatures, clinical scores and average daily gains of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses.The body temperatures, average clinical scores and average daily gains (ADG) of piglets inoculated with the rescued viruses with the RvJXwn backbone (A, C and E) or with the RvHB-1/3.9 backbone (B, D and F) are shown. The data are shown as the means ± standard deviations (error bars). The clinical scoring included the gross clinical score (GCS), respiratory clinical score (RCS) and nervous signs score (NSS). Total scores for each piglet represented the sum of the GCS, RCS and NSS. An additional five score was calculated in the total scores when the piglet died. Each piglet was scored from 0–20, and the mean values of day 1 to 4 pi, 5 to 8 pi, 9 to 12 pi, 13 to 15 pi, 16 to 18 pi and 19 to 21 pi were calculated. Asterisk indicates a significant difference between the chimeric virus and its parental backbone virus, RvJXwn or RvHB-1/3.9 (*P<0.05; **P<0.01; ***P<0.001). doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1004216.g006
Mentions: The incorrect version of Figure 6 was published. The authors have changed the vertical arrangement of panel B, C, D, E and F to a horizontal style, and moved the graphs of clinical sign scores to the front of the graphs of average daily gains. Please see the corrected figure here.

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