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Environ Health Perspect. 2009 October; 117(10): A434.
PMCID: PMC2897215


In the article by La Merrill et al. [Environ Health Perspect 117:1414–1419 (2009)], the keys in Figure 3B and Figure 5C should have been in Figure 3C and Figure 5D, respectively. The corrected figures are provided below.

Figure 3
Diet and maternal TCDD exposure effects on body composition and fasting blood glucose. (A) HFD increased postnatal D2 body weights (mean ± SE; n = 27–31 at PNDs 0–26 for HFD, and n = 28 at PND35 for LFD). (B) HFD (n = 26 mice) ...
Figure 5
Maternal TCDD exposure and effect of diet on gene expression. Normalized message levels are represented as mean ± SE. (C) Induction of Ahr was increased by HFD relative to LFD (n = 11 and 10 litters, respectively). Measurements were pooled across ...

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