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Erratum to: Peak plasma interleukin-6 and other peripheral markers of inflammation in the first week of ischaemic stroke correlate with brain infarct volume, stroke severity and long-term outcome

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In table 3, the correlation coefficient between peak plasma cortisol and mRS at 3 months (column 4, row 5), should read 0.48, not 0 [1].

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    Smith CJ, Emsley HC, Gavin CM, Georgiou RF, Vail A, Barberan EM, del Zoppo GJ, Hallenbeck JM, Rothwell NJ, Hopkins SJ, Tyrrell PJ: Peak plasma interleukin-6 and other peripheral markers of inflammation in the first week of ischaemic stroke correlate with brain infarct volume, stroke severity and long-term outcome. BMC Neurol. 4 (1): 2-2004 Jan 15

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The online version of the original article can be found at 10.1186/1471-2377-4-2

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Smith, C.J., Emsley, H.C., Gavin, C.M. et al. Erratum to: Peak plasma interleukin-6 and other peripheral markers of inflammation in the first week of ischaemic stroke correlate with brain infarct volume, stroke severity and long-term outcome. BMC Neurol 4, 5 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2377-4-5

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