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        Effects of the acid–base treatment of corn on rumen fermentation and microbiota, inflammatory response and growth performance in beef cattle fed high-concentrate diet – CORRIGENDUM
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The original publication contained an error in Table 3. The corrected version of Table 3 is shown here;

Table 3 The plasma acute phase protein (APP) and proinflammatory cytokine levels in beef cattle fed different diets

LBP = lipopolysaccharide-binding protein; SAA = serum amyloid A; CRP = C-reactive protein; Hp = haptoglobin; TNF-α = tumor necrosis factor α; IL-1β = interleukin-1β; IL-6 = interleukin-6; IL-8 = interleukin-8.

1 LCD, low-concentrate diet based on corn steeped in tap water for 48 h; HCD, high-concentrate diet based on corn steeped in tap water for 48 h; HCDT, high-concentrate diet based on corn steeped in 1% (wt/wt) hydrochloric acid for 48 h in combination with subsequent sodium bicarbonate neutralization.

A,BMeans of the same row not sharing an uppercase letter differ (P < 0.01).

a,bMeans of the same row not sharing a lowercase letter differ (P < 0.05).

The authors apologise for the error.

Reference

Liu, J, Tian, K, Sun, Y, Wu, Y, Chen, J, Zhang, R, He, T and Dong, G2020. Effects of the acid–base treatment of corn on rumen fermentation and microbiota, inflammatory response and growth performance in beef cattle fed high-concentrate diet. Animal 14, 18761884.