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Correction: Predicting Falls in Parkinson Disease: What Is the Value of Instrumented Testing in OFF Medication State?

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Correction: Predicting Falls in Parkinson Disease: What Is the Value of Instrumented Testing in OFF Medication State?

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There are errors in the Funding section. The complete, correct Funding Statement is as follows: This study was supported by the Czech Ministry of Health, NS10336-3/2009, http://iga.mzcr.cz/publicWeb/, MH; Czech Ministry of Health, NT11190-6/2010, http://iga.mzcr.cz/publicWeb/, HB; Czech Ministry of Health, NT12282-5/2011,http://iga.mzcr.cz/publicWeb/, RJ; Czech Ministry of Health, NT14181-3/2013, http://iga.mzcr.cz/publicWeb/, ER; Charles University in Prague, PRVOUK P26/LF1/4,. http://is.cuni.cz/webapps/whois2/org/1365292082243020/, ER; European social fund realized at the Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0034, TS.

The publisher apologizes for the errors.

Reference

  1. 1. Hoskovcová M, Dušek P, Sieger T, Brožová H, Zárubová K, Bezdíček O, et al. (2015) Predicting Falls in Parkinson Disease: What Is the Value of Instrumented Testing in OFF Medication State? PLoS ONE 10(10): e0139849. pmid:26443998