In the above article, the Western blot (WB) image for PPAR-alpha in Fig. 1 is incorrect. The original, correct WB image cannot be retrieved, therefore, the image is omitted. Fig. 1 is updated as shown below. The authors apologize for this mistake.
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- Dietary oxidized linoleic acid lowers triglycerides via APOA5/APOClll dependent mechanismsAtherosclerosisVol. 199Issue 2
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