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        A randomised trial of a medium-chain TAG diet as treatment for dogs with idiopathic epilepsy – CORRIGENDUM
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doi:10.1017/S000711451500313X, Published by Cambridge University Press, November 2015.

The summary values for the β-hydroxybutyrate (BHB) concentrations, appearing once in both the abstract and results sections, in Law et al.( 1 ) were incorrect. The correct values for the respective sections are given here. The authors would like to express their apologies for this error, which occurred during the revision process when a change in units was requested.

Abstract

‘Consumption of the MCTD also resulted in significant elevation of blood β-hydroxybutyrate concentrations in comparison with placebo diet (0·071 (SD 0·035) v. 0·053 (SD 0·028) mmol/l, P=0·028).’

Results

‘There was a significant increase in blood concentrations of BHB when dogs were fed the MCTD (0·071 (SD 0·035) mmol/l) in comparison with the placebo diet (0·053 (SD 0·028) mmol/l, P=0·028).’

Reference

1. Law, TH, Davies, ESS, Pan, Y, et al. (2015) A randomised trial of a medium-chain TAG diet as treatment for dogs with idiopathic epilepsy. British Journal of Nutrition 114, 14381447. doi:10.1017/S000711451500313X.