I would suggest that you email Nature, and the authors of the publication providing proof that they have not cited your work correctly. If either of them address this issue - which they should - then you should end up with the citation being correctly attributed to you.
On a side note I would suggest that you sign up to ORCID so that you claim a unique identifier for your research.
As researchers and scholars, you face the ongoing challenge of
distinguishing your research activities from those of others with
similar names. You need to be able to easily and uniquely attach your
identity to research objects such as datasets, equipment, articles,
media stories, citations, experiments, patents, and notebooks. As you
collaborate across disciplines, institutions and borders, you must
interact with an increasing number and diversity of research
information systems. Entering data over and over again can be
time-consuming, and often frustrating.
ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-driven effort to create and
maintain a registry of unique researcher identifiers and a transparent
method of linking research activities and outputs to these
identifiers. ORCID is unique in its ability to reach across
disciplines, research sectors and national boundaries. It is a hub
that connects researchers and research through the embedding of ORCID
identifiers in key workflows, such as research profile maintenance,
manuscript submissions, grant applications, and patent applications.