Reduced nuclear translocation of serum response factor is associated with skeletal muscle atrophy in a cigarette smoke-induced mouse model of COPD [Corrigendum]
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On page 583, left column, last paragraph, the primer for the Igf1 gene forward: 5′-tgctgtccctctatgcttcc-3′, reverse: 5′-gaaggaatagccacgctcag-3′ should be forward: 5′-tggatgctcttcagttcgtg-3′, reverse: 5′-cacaatgcctgtctgaggtg-3′.
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