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Corrections: High-Fat Diet-Induced Insulin Resistance does not Increase Plasma Anandamide Levels or Potentiate Anandamide Insulinotropic Effect in Isolated Canine Islets

  • Orison O. Woolcott,
  • Joyce M. Richey,
  • Morvarid Kabir,
  • Robert H. Chow,
  • Malini S. Iyer,
  • Erlinda L. Kirkman,
  • Darko Stefanovski,
  • Maya Lottati,
  • Stella P. Kim,
  • L. Nicole Harrison,
  • Viorica Ionut,
  • Dan Zheng,
  • Isabel R. Hsu,
  • Karyn J. Catalano,
  • Jenny D. Chiu,
  • Heather Bradshaw,
  • Qiang Wu,
  • Cathryn M. Kolka,
  •  [ ... ],
  • Richard N. Bergman
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Corrections: High-Fat Diet-Induced Insulin Resistance does not Increase Plasma Anandamide Levels or Potentiate Anandamide Insulinotropic Effect in Isolated Canine Islets

  • Orison O. Woolcott, 
  • Joyce M. Richey, 
  • Morvarid Kabir, 
  • Robert H. Chow, 
  • Malini S. Iyer, 
  • Erlinda L. Kirkman, 
  • Darko Stefanovski, 
  • Maya Lottati, 
  • Stella P. Kim, 
  • L. Nicole Harrison
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Cathryn M. Kolka is not included in the author byline. She should be listed as the eighteenth author and affiliated with Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Reference

  1. 1. Woolcott OO, Richey JM, Kabir M, Chow RH, Iyer MS, Kirkman EL, et al. (2015) High-Fat Diet-Induced Insulin Resistance Does Not Increase Plasma Anandamide Levels or Potentiate Anandamide Insulinotropic Effect in Isolated Canine Islets. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0123558. pmid:25855974