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        Modelling the impact of vaccination on tuberculosis in badgers – CORRIGENDUM
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In the article by J. L. Hardstaff, M. T. Bulling, G. Marion, M. R. Hutchings and P. C. L. White published in Epidemiology and Infection [1] there was an error in the second sentence of the abstract.

The corrected sentence is reproduced below:

In Britain, efforts to control TB through the culling of badgers (Meles meles), the principal wildlife host, have so far been unsuccessful, and there is significant interest in vaccination of badgers as an alternative or complementary strategy.

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1.Hardstaff, JL, Bulling, MT, Marion, G, Hutchings, MRandWhite, PCL. Modelling the impact of vaccination on tuberculosis in badgers. Epidemiology and Infection. Published by Cambridge University Press, 10 April 2013. doi:10.1017/S0950268813000642.