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Correction: comparing the expression levels of tripartite motif containing 28 in mild and severe COVID-19 infection
Virology Journal volume 19, Article number: 171 (2022)
Correction: Virology Journal (2022) 19:156
Following publication of the original article , the authors identified an error in the author name of Sana Eybpoosh.
The incorrect author name is: Sana Eaybpoush.
The correct author name is: Sana Eybpoosh.
The original article has been corrected.
Tavakoli, et al. Virol J. 2022;19:156. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12985-022-01885-0.
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Tavakoli, R., Rahimi, P., Hamidi-Fard, M. et al. Correction: comparing the expression levels of tripartite motif containing 28 in mild and severe COVID-19 infection. Virol J 19, 171 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12985-022-01903-1