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Correction to: Expression of factors involved in apoptosis and cell survival is correlated with enzymes synthesizing lysophosphatidic acid and its receptors in granulosa cells originating from different types of bovine ovarian follicles

The original article was published in Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2017 15:72

Correction

After publication of the original article [1] it was noted that the caption of Table two was incorrect. This caption should read “Distribution of ovarian follicles depending on the type (healthy, transitional, and atretic). Small superscript letters a and b indicate significant differences in the respective ovarian follicle numbers within the various types of follicles (P < 0.05) as determined by a one-way ANOVA followed by the Kruskall-Wallis test.” Table 2 and the correct caption are shown below:

Table 2 Distribution of ovarian follicles depending on the type (healthy, transitional, atretic)

These errors were introduced during typesetting, thus the publisher apologizes for this error.

The original article was also updated.

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    Sinderewicz E, Grycmacher K, Boruszewska D, Kowalczyk-Zięba I, Staszkiewicz J, Ślężak T, Woclawek-Potocka I. Expression of factors involved in apoptosis and cell survival is correlated with enzymes synthesizing lysophosphatidic acid and its receptors in granulosa cells originating from different types of bovine ovarian follicles. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2017;15(1):72.

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Correspondence to Izabela Woclawek-Potocka.

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The original article can be found online at https://doi.org/10.1186/s12958-017-0287-9.

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