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Correction: Milrinone Relaxes Pulmonary Veins in Guinea Pigs and Humans

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Correction: Milrinone Relaxes Pulmonary Veins in Guinea Pigs and Humans

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Figure 1A is incorrect. It shows a tracheotomy procedure in a rat lung, not a guinea pig lung. The authors have provided a corrected version here showing a tracheotomy procedure in a guinea pig lung.

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Figure 1. Preparation of PCLS from GPs and humans and their histology.

A) GP: Tracheotomy; B) GP: lung filled with agarose; C) tissue cores; D) GP: PCLS during videomicroscopy; E) human: lung lobe filled with agarose; F) human: human lung tissue with airway and pulmonary artery; G) human: PCLS during videomicroscopy; H) GP: pulmonary artery (PA) with thick media and thrinkeld inner lining; I) GP: pulmonary vein (PV) with thin media; J) human: pulmonary artery (PA) and airway (AW); K) human: pulmonary artery (PA) with internal and external elastic lamina (diameter: 354 µm); L) human: pulmonary vein (PV) (diameter: 362 µm in width and 782 in height).

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0087685.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Rieg AD, Suleiman S, Perez-Bouza A, Braunschweig T, Spillner JW, et al. (2014) Milrinone Relaxes Pulmonary Veins in Guinea Pigs and Humans. PLoS ONE 9(1): e87685