March 2005
Gut;Mar2005, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p442
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Correction notice
The article presents corrections for the papers published in the previous issues of the journal "Gut." Published in the January issue, in reference 38 of the paper entitled "Genotypes and Phenotypes in Crohn's disease: do they help in clinical management?", the page span is incorrectly mentioned. There was an error in the paper entitled "Host gastric Lewis expression determines the bacterial density of Helicobacter pylori in babA2 genopositive infection," published in the July 2003 issue of the journal.


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