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Correction: Lifetime Stress Cumulatively Programs Brain Transcriptome and Impedes Stroke Recovery: Benefit of Sensory Stimulation

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Correction: Lifetime Stress Cumulatively Programs Brain Transcriptome and Impedes Stroke Recovery: Benefit of Sensory Stimulation

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There is an error in the key in Figure 5. The letters “MT” should be replaced with the letters “TS”. The line “PS + AS + MT + Lx” should read “PS + AS + TS + Lx”. Please see the corrected Figure 5 below.

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  1. 1. Zucchi FCR, Yao Y, Ilnytskyy Y, Robbins JC, Soltanpour N, et al. (2014) Lifetime Stress Cumulatively Programs Brain Transcriptome and Impedes Stroke Recovery: Benefit of Sensory Stimulation. PLoS ONE 9(3): e92130