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Erratum to: Formula diet alters small intestine morphology, microbial abundance and reduces VE-cadherin and IL-10 expression in neonatal porcine model
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- Received: 23 May 2016
- Accepted: 24 May 2016
- Published: 26 May 2016
The original article was published in BMC Gastroenterology 2016 16:40
Following publication of the original version  of the article in BMC Gastroenterology, it was brought to our attention that there was a mistake in the references list.
Please see updated references below:
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34. Gomez-Gallego C, Frias R, Perez-Martinez G, Bernal MJ, Periago MJ, Salminen S et al. Polyamine supplementation in infant formula: Influence on lymphocyte populations and immune system-related gene expression in a Balb/cOlaHsd mouse model. Food Research International 2014;59:8-15.
The above references should be cited in the following text as below:
“Polyamines appear to change the gut microbiota composition and influence the gut immune system. In neonatal BALBc mice higher levels of Bifidobacterium group, and Lactobacillus Enterococcus group were observed with infant formula supplemented with polyamines in comparison to formula alone and, polyamines supplementation in formula influences lymphocyte populations and immune system related gene expression [32-34]”.
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