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Correction: Severe depression is associated with increased microglial quinolinic acid in subregions of the anterior cingulate gyrus: evidence for an immune-modulated glutamatergic neurotransmission?
- Johann Steiner1_799, 2_799Email author,
- Martin Walter1_799Email author,
- Tomasz Gos1_799, 3_799,
- Gilles J Guillemin4_799,
- Hans-Gert Bernstein1_799,
- Zoltán Sarnyai5_799,
- Christian Mawrin6_799,
- Ralf Brisch1_799,
- Hendrik Bielau1_799,
- Louise M zu Schwabedissen1_799,
- Bernhard Bogerts1_799 and
- Aye-Mu Myint1_799, 7_799
© Steiner et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2013
- Received: 27 February 2013
- Accepted: 27 February 2013
- Published: 2 March 2013
The interpretation of results and the conclusions drawn are not affected as the level of significance is the same (sACC: P< 0.01 and aMCC: P< 0.05). Accordingly, the proper summary of results in the abstract and results section is:
"Depressed patients had a significantly increased density of QUIN-positive cells in the sACC (P= 0.006) and the aMCC (P= 0.043) compared to controls."
The authors apologize for this inadvertence and any inconvenience caused.
- Steiner J, Walter M, Gos T, Guillemin GJ, Bernstein HG, Sarnyai Z, Mawrin C, Brisch R, Bielau H, Zu Schwabedissen LM, Bogerts B, Myint AM: Severe depression is associated with increased microglial quinolinic acid in subregions of the anterior cingulate gyrus: evidence for an immune-modulated glutamatergicneurotransmission? J Neuroinflammation 2011, 8:94.View ArticlePubMedPubMed CentralGoogle Scholar
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