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In the article by A. Brower, N. Lucero, O. Okwumabua, K. K. Gopaul, A. M. Whatmore, S. L. Cravero and M. D. Trangoni [Reference Brower, Lucero, Okwumabua, Gopaul, Whatmore, Cravero and Trangoni1] there was an error in the listing of authors, with one author missing: P. Groussaud

The correct authorship is:

A. BROWER1*, N. LUCERO2, O. OKWUMABUA3, P. GROUSSAUD4, K. K. GOPAUL4, A. M. WHATMORE4, S. L. CRAVERO5and M. D. TRANGONI5

1University of Nottingham, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Loughborough, UK

2ANLIS, Brucellosis Service, Buenos Aires, Argentina

3University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine, Wisconsin, USA

4Animal Health & Veterinary Laboratories Agency, Department of Bacteriology, Surrey, UK

5Instituto de Biotecnología, INTA-Castelar, Buenos Aires, Argentina

REFERENCE

1.Brower, A, Lucero, N, Okwumabua, O, Gopaul, KK, Whatmore, AM, Cravero, SL, Trangoni, MD. Newly identified variability in Brucella canis fatty acid content is associated with geographic origin. Epidemiology and Infection. Published by Cambridge University Press, 13 July 2012. doi:10.1017/S0950268812001240.