Corrections and Clarifications

Allergic Encephalomyelitis: Passive Transfer Prevented by Encephalitogen

Science  25 Oct 1968:
Vol. 162, Issue 3852, pp. 444
DOI: 10.1126/science.162.3852.444-a

Abstract

In the report "Allergic encephalomyelitis: passive transfer prevented by encephalitogen" by S. Levine et al. (13 Sept., p. 1155). by error, no valuLe was indicated in Table 1 (p. 1156) for rats treated with 2.0 mg of basic protein 6 hours after passive transfer. Four rats were actually treated in this manner and all had zero EAE scores.

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