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In Table 2 the lines for ON U-A1M and ON U-KIM had been shifted one step down, and values for ON U-KIM in model 3 were incorrect. In addition, the table caption was incorrect. The table below contains a corrected table caption and the correct values for ON U-KIM.
|Dependent variable||ON U-Cd µg/h β, SE (p value)||µg/L β, SE (p value)|
|ON U-KIM (ng/h)|
|Model 1 with U-Cd||14, 8.6 (0.10)||0.01, 24 (0.96)|
|Model 2 with U-Cd||14, 8.7 (0.10)||─0.01, 0.30 (0.97)|
|Model 3 with U-Cd||13, 8.6 (0.13)||0.26, 0.28 (0.35)|
Consequently, there were no significant associations between U-KIM and U-Cd. U-KIM should therefore not be mentioned as associated with U-Cd in the abstract, result or discussion.
Additionally, the sentence on page 853 that reads “The bias is clearly shown in table 1, where eGFR is about 10% higher than mGFR” should read “The bias is clearly shown in table 1, where mGFR is about 10% higher than eGFR”.