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        Effects of exposure to cafeteria diet during gestation and after weaning on metabolism and body weight of adult male offspring in rats – CORRIGENDUM
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In Table 3 of Mucellini et al. ( 1 ), the data were given wrongly. The results of body weight at 30 d were in place of visceral fat weight at 30 d. The results of the visceral fat weight at 30 d were in place of the retroperitoneal fat weight at 30 d. The results of the weight of the retroperitoneal fat at 30 d were in place of the body weight at 30 d. Finally, the results of the visceral fat weight at 120 d and the retroperitoneal fat weight at 120 d were corrected by dividing by 100.

Table 3 Body and adipose tissues weights of male offspring during puberty (30 d) and adulthood (120 d) (Number of rats and mean values with their standard errors)

CON-CON, control offspring from control mothers; CAF-CON, control offspring from cafeteria mothers; CON-CAF, cafeteria offspring from control mothers; CAF-CAF, cafeteria offspring from cafeteria mothers.

* Mean value was significantly lower than that of the CON-CAF offspring (P< 0·01; Bonferroni post hoc test).

The corrected table is reprinted below. The authors apologise for this error.

Reference

1 Mucellini, AB, Goularte, JL, de Araujo da Cunha, AC, et al. Effects of exposure to cafeteria diet during gestation and after weaning on metabolism and body weight of adult male offspring in rats. Br J Nutr. Published by Cambridge University Press, 13 December 2013, doi:10.1017/S0007114513003838