September 2004
Gut;Sep2004, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p1390
Academic Journal
Correction notice
The article presents corrections to articles on medicine, previously published in the journal "Gut." In one of the papers, the acknowledgement and correct email address were not presented. In another paper, an author was omitted, entitled "Bacterial DNA activates cell mediated immune response and nitric oxide over-production in peritoneal macrophages from patients with cirrhosis and ascites. This paper was published in the June issue and the missing author is E. Rodriguez.


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