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Correction: Overexpression of BDNF Increases Excitability of the Lumbar Spinal Network and Leads to Robust Early Locomotor Recovery in Completely Spinalized Rats

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Correction: Overexpression of BDNF Increases Excitability of the Lumbar Spinal Network and Leads to Robust Early Locomotor Recovery in Completely Spinalized Rats

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A funder is incorrectly omitted from the Funding statement. The correct Funding statement is as follows:

This work was supported by a Polish-German cooperation grant (S007/P-N/2007/01); National Science Center grant N N401 324739; EMBO Short-Term Fellowship to E. Z. (ASTF 211.00.2007); GA No 264173 (Bio-Imagine) and statutory funds for the Nencki Institute. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.

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  1. 1. Ziemlińska E, Kügler S, Schachner M, Wewiór I, Czarkowska-Bauch J, et al. (2014) Overexpression of BDNF Increases Excitability of the Lumbar Spinal Network and Leads to Robust Early Locomotor Recovery in Completely Spinalized Rats. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88833