Veterinary Medicine International

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Erratum | Open Access

Volume 2014 |Article ID 437037 | 2 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/437037

Erratum to “Apparent Prevalence of Beef Carcasses Contaminated with Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis Sampled from Danish Slaughter Cattle”

Received15 Jan 2014
Accepted04 Mar 2014
Published23 Mar 2014

A tabulation error appeared in Table 1. The fecal contamination data for Age <2 years and >2 years were incorrectly recorded into the table. Whereas the numbers in the table were transposed incorrectly, the actual statistical analyses remain correct. The revised table is reproduced below.


Variable Level Including samples with fecal contamination Excluding samples with fecal contamination
Total number in group PCR threshold cycle valueTotal number in group PCR threshold cycle value
363738363738

50120 (4)28 (6)42 (8)38516 (4)22 (6)34 (9)

Age<2 years1974 (1)7 (2)11 (4)1593 (1)4 (2)8 (4)
≥2 years30416 (8)21 (11)31 (16)22613 (8)18 (11)26 (16)

Herd typeDairy31317 (5)22 (7)30 (10)23513 (6)17 (7)23 (10)
Beef1152 (2)3 (3)7 (6)882 (2)3 (3)7 (8)
Veal731 (0)3 (4)5 (7)621 (2)2 (3)4 (6)

Breed groupDairy36218 (5)26 (7)35 (10)27814 (5)20 (7)27 (10)
Beef761 (1)1 (1)4 (5)621 (2)1 (2)4 (6)
Cross631 (2)1 (2)3 (5)451 (2)1 (2)3 (7)

Fat code1661 (2)3 (5)8 (12)561 (2)3 (5)7 (13)
21629 (6)14 (9)15 (9)1257 (6)10 (8)11 (9)
≥327210 (4)11 (4)19 (7)2038 (4)9 (4)16 (8)

Copyright © 2014 Hisako Okura et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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