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Publisher Correction: Dietary salt promotes cognitive impairment through tau phosphorylation

The Original Article was published on 23 October 2019

Correction to: Nature https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1688-zPublished online 23 October 2019

In Fig. 1d of this Article, owing to an error in the production process, an asterisk on the bracket for the 12-weeks (12w) time-point is missing. In addition, Fig. 3 contains errors present at submission. In Fig. 3f in the calpain activity panel, the two data points at 0.00 × 103 relative fluorescence units (RFU) per mg for the normal diet (ND) group should not be there. In the two rightmost panels of Fig. 3h, both of the first two bars should be blue (indicating the wild type (WT)) and both of the second two bars should be red (indicating eNOS−/− or nNOS−/−, respectively). These errors have been corrected online.

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Faraco, G., Hochrainer, K., Segarra, S.G. et al. Publisher Correction: Dietary salt promotes cognitive impairment through tau phosphorylation. Nature 578, E9 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1925-5

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