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CORRIGENDUM to J Exp Integr Med 2013; 3(3): 191-197 - ETB receptor activation as a mechanism of modulation of inflammatory pain and neurogenic inflammation in the temporomandibular joint of capsaicin-treated rats

Thiago E. V. Lemos, Rodrigo M. Porto, Maria T. Ribela, Paula R. S. Camara.

Abstract
The Publisher and the Editorial Board regrets to declare an obligatory modification in the author list of the above manuscript originally published in the July 2013 issue (Volume 3, Issue 3) of the Journal.
Three months after publication in both print and online forms, the author in the third order of the first published version contacted the Editorial Board and declared that he did not participate to this work and requested his name to be removed from the author list. During submission, the Journal of Experimental and Integrative Medicine requests a clear statement that all authors are aware of the work, as was done for this particular article; thus, neither the Publisher nor the editors are responsible for this unwanted condition.
This one-page publication corrects and updates the author list for the above-mentioned paper. The same correction was also done in the web page of the Journal (www.jeim.org/?mno=34844), however, the PDF-document remained unchanged as the same in the print version of the Journal.

Key words: CORRIGENDUM; ERRATUM



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