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        Arginine and aerobic training prevent endothelial and metabolic alterations in rats at high risk for the development of the metabolic syndrome – CORRIGENDUM
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(First published online 11 August 2017)

doi:10.1017/S0007114517001702

Original text and correction

Original:

Table 3

There is an extra line in the last part of table 3 (TAG – 10 weeks) with data from other table (last line of table 2).

Correction: (erase the last line of table 3)

Table 3