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        The rows of data in Table 2 in “Glutamatergic Gene Expression Is Specifically Reduced in Thalamocortical Projecting Relay Neurons in Schizophrenia” by Sodhi et al., published in Biological Psychiatry (2011: 70:646–654), were formatted and printed out of alignment. The corrected version of Table 2 is printed here.
        Table 2Analyses of Transcript Abundance in Medial Dorsal Thalamus Cell Populations of Schizophrenia Cases and the Comparison Group
        TranscriptDiagnosisnLarge CellsSmall Cells
        MeanSEMtdfpMeanSEM
        GLUR1NC192.681.061.2530.221.34.64
        SCZ131.04.291.12.96
        GLUR2NC193.97.771.4730.151.68.53
        SCZ132.50.431.27.30
        GLUR3NC193.45.602.0830.046
        Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.
        1.17.24
        SCZ131.74.46.76.26
        GLUR4NC191.77.59.9630.34.24.05
        SCZ131.06.20.18.04
        GLUR5NC193.93.611.5630.131.22.24
        SCZ132.44.73.67.24
        GLUR6NC195.27.732.8330.0083
        Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.
        2.05.85
        SCZ132.33.651.37.75
        GLUR7NC195.80.762.9330.0064
        Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.
        .64.19
        SCZ132.84.50.50.17
        KA1NC193.38.67.9730.341.48.37
        SCZ132.44.631.05.33
        KA2NC193.39.511.3130.201.80.32
        SCZ132.23.7711.9511.26
        NR1NC196.341.571.5030.151.98.62
        SCZ133.25.94.85.17
        NR2ANC195.181.201.8530.0751.15.64
        SCZ132.15.93.55.22
        NR2BNC193.931.09−.3430.74.71.32
        SCZ134.862.95.91.62
        NR2CNC194.36.921.7529.4.0911.47.23
        SCZ132.40.651.02.20
        NR2DNC199.151.942.6027.2.015
        Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.
        2.281.16
        SCZ133.361.101.28.61
        NR3ANC194.081.181.6621.4.111.27.31
        SCZ132.03.371.14.34
        mGluR1NC201.19.17.1830.86.80.16
        SCZ121.13.28.64.46
        mGluR2NC201.96.411.9927.1.057.39.08
        SCZ121.04.21.49.13
        mGluR3NC20.98.101.1430.261.08.34
        SCZ12.79.14.91.22
        mGluR4NC201.69.16.4130.69.44.06
        SCZ121.56.32.76.32
        mGluR5NC201.04.10.6730.511.11.23
        SCZ12.94.10.65.24
        mGluR7NC201.67.15.0716.2.951.90.27
        SCZ121.65.301.15.23
        mGluR8NC20.39.19−1.4611.2.17
        SCZ123.221.93
        NFLNC196.601.46.4030.692.17.43
        SCZ135.412.881.35.51
        PICK1NC196.872.611.4230.171.24.34
        SCZ132.29.69.87.27
        SHANK2NC201.77.351.3730.18.98.12
        SCZ121.12.191.02.26
        StargazinNC199.221.391.9530.063.23.47
        SCZ135.031.632.25.62
        SYNGAP1NC195.91.943.8125.8.00077
        Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.
        1.23.25
        SCZ131.90.471.881.00
        SAP97NC192.78.47.7230.48.66.20
        SCZ132.22.63.40.08
        SAP102NC193.93.93.3930.701.05.28
        SCZ133.251.611.29.92
        PSD95NC193.32.521.2230.23.35.07
        SCZ132.39.52.37.18
        GRIP1NC194.081.102.8419.6.01
        Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.
        9.357.86
        SCZ13.89.23.52.17
        HOMER1NC201.16.11.8830.381.22.15
        SCZ12.98.191.21.25
        HOMER2NC201.84.271.2130.24.98.11
        SCZ121.38.201.19.28
        HOMER3NC20.86.21−.6930.492.08.78
        SCZ121.10.271.86.27
        Mean gene expression (ratio of measured transcript level to the geometric mean of the measurements for three housekeeping genes) are tabulated for glutamatergic transcripts within each subject group. The large cell population is enriched with glutamatergic relay neurons and the small cells are enriched with GABAergic neurons and astroglia.
        NC, comparison group; SCZ, schizophrenia subjects; SEM, standard error of the mean.
        a Post hoc tests were performed for the large cell population, and statistically significant differences (p < .05) in transcript abundance between SCZ and the NC are indicated.

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