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Erratum to: Personalized Smoking Cessation: Interactions between Nicotine Dose, Dependence and Quit-Success Genotype Score

The original article was published in Molecular Medicine 2010 16:1607247

Jed E Rose, Frédérique M Behm, Tomas Drgon, Catherine Johnson, and George R Uhl (2010) Personalized Smoking Cessation: Interactions between Nicotine Dose, Dependence and Quit-Success Genotype Score. Mol. Med. 16(7–8):247-53.

In the supplement for this article, Supplementary Figure S3 was published incorrectly. Below are the corrected figure and legend.

Figure S3
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Six-month point (7-day) abstinence at 6 months after the quit date, as a function of nicotine patch dose (NRT dose), dependence (FTND) and quit success genotype score.

Also, the figure is incorrectly referred to as “Supplementary Figure S2” on page 250 of the article, instead of “Supplementary Figure S3.” The correct sentence is as follows:

Moreover, the 6-month-point abstinence results showed the same pattern of three-way interaction (P = 0.03, exponentiated coefficient = 0.62, 95% CI = 0.40–0.96); see Supplementary Figure S3.

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Correspondence to Jed E. Rose.

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The online version of the original article can be found at https://doi.org/10.2119/molmed.2009.00159

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