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The authors apologise for errors in some of the primer sequences contained in Table 1 of the above paper. The corrected Table appears below:

Table 1. Primer sequences, size of amplicon and species detected with each primer pair

* This base was omitted in the originally published Table

The degenerate base in the C. ryanae primer is shown in bold and underlined

These bases were mistakenly written as C in the originally published Table

Reference

Thomson, S., Innes, E. A., Jonsson, N. N. and Katzer, F. (2016). A multiplex PCR test to identify four common cattle-adapted Cryptosporidium species. Parasitology Open 2, e5. Published by Cambridge University Press, 22 April 2016. doi: 10.1017/pao.2016.2.