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Correction: Free Access to a Running-Wheel Advances the Phase of Behavioral and Physiological Circadian Rhythms and Peripheral Molecular Clocks in Mice

  • Yuki Yasumoto,
  • Reiko Nakao,
  • Katsutaka Oishi

Correction: Free Access to a Running-Wheel Advances the Phase of Behavioral and Physiological Circadian Rhythms and Peripheral Molecular Clocks in Mice

  • Yuki Yasumoto, 
  • Reiko Nakao, 
  • Katsutaka Oishi
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There is an error in the first sentence of the “Monitoring the timing of food intake” subsection of the Materials and Methods. The correct sentence is: Food intake with or without wheel-running activity was recorded every 10 min using a cFDM-300 system and an FDM-300 system (Melquest, Toyama, Japan), respectively.

Reference

  1. 1. Yasumoto Y, Nakao R, Oishi K (2015) Free Access to a Running-Wheel Advances the Phase of Behavioral and Physiological Circadian Rhythms and Peripheral Molecular Clocks in Mice. PLoS ONE 10(1): e0116476. pmid:25615603