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Erratum to: ‘A simple method for plasma total vitamin C analysis suitable for routine clinical laboratory use’

The original article was published in Nutrition Journal 2016 15:40

Unfortunately, the original version of this article [1] contained errors. Two editing changes were made incorrectly which led to the resulting text containing confusing grammatical errors.

On page three, the line that contains the following:

Zero-degree thawed omit plasma samples were divided into two aliquots of 30 μL in 0.6 mL plastic Eppendorf tubes.

Should read as:

Zero-degree thawed samples were divided into two aliquots of 30 μL in 0.6 mL plastic Eppendorf tubes.

On page six, the line that contains the following:

[…] it provides no advantage over the automated analysis omit that’s routinely available in clinical laboratories.)

Should read as follows:

[…] it provides no advantage over the automated analysis routinely available in clinical laboratories.)

Reference

  1. 1.

    Robitaille L, Hoffer LJ. A simple method for plasma total vitamin C analysis suitable for routine clinical laboratory use. Nutr J. 2016;15:40.

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Correspondence to L. John Hoffer.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s12937-016-0158-9.

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