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September 1991

Typographical Errors in Expression of Terminology

Arch Dermatol. 1991;127(9):1368. doi:10.1001/archderm.1991.01680080104011

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Abstract

In the article entitled "In Vivo Ultraviolet Irradiation of Human Skin Results in Profound Pertubation of the Immune System" that appeared in the January 1991 issue of the Archives (Arch Dermatol. 1991;127:99-109), errors appeared in the expression of terminology. On page 101, in the second column, lines 12 through 14, the heading appeared as follows: "UV Wavelength Dependencies for the Induction of Epidermal CD 1-DR+non-Langerhans Antigen-Presenting Cells and the Depletion of CD 1-DR+Langerhans Cells." This heading should have appeared as follows: "UV Wavelength Dependencies for the Induction of Epidermal CD 1-DR+ non-Langerhans Antigen-Presenting Cells and the Depletion of CD 1+DR+Langerhans Cells." In lines 25 and 26, the sentence therein appeared as follows: "In contrast, all three wavebands of UV radiation decreased the number of epidermal CD 1-DR+Langerhans cells79,80 (Table 1)." This sentence should have appeared as follows: "In contrast, all three wavebands of UV radiation decreased the number of

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