Perspectives | Erratum March 2014 | Volume 122 | Issue 3
Erratum: “Exposure to Brominated Trihalomethanes in Water During Pregnancy and Micronuclei Frequency in Maternal and Cord Blood Lymphocytes”
Published: 1 March 2014
In the article “Exposure to Brominated Trihalomethanes in Water During Pregnancy and Micronuclei Frequency in Maternal and Cord Blood Lymphocytes” by Stayner et al. [Environ Health Perspect 122:100–106 (2014)], there was an error in Table 1. The number of women in exposure quartile 4 who had missing data for maternal smoking was given as zero instead of 3. The corrected table appears below and has also been corrected online.
EHP regrets the error.
EHP is pleased to announce that it is now operating under a continuous publication workflow! As indicated in a previous announcement, continuous publication allows EHP to post new content online throughout the month, as each paper becomes ready for an issue. This gets content out to our readers much more quickly than the old issue-based model, and unlike our previous Advance Publication model, these are final, edited articles. (more…)
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