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The measurements in the axis labels of Fig. 4 were incorrectly labeled as “. . . cells/ml” in the published version of this article. The correct measurement should be “cells/μl.” The corrected figure is shown below. The figure legend was correct as published and is shown below for reference.

FIGURE 4.

Circulating CD8+ T cell subpopulations in HIV-infected subjects. Linear regressions and Pearson correlations (calculated with 95% confidence intervals and two-tailed p values) between the circulating CD4+ T cell count in HIV-infected patients (n = 20) and the absolute number of circulating CD8+ T cells (A), TEM1 (B), TEM2 (C), TEMRA (D), TCM (E), and TN (F) cells/μl. Pearson correlations are shown, as data sets were found to be normal as determined using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov normality test (see Materials and Methods).

FIGURE 4.

Circulating CD8+ T cell subpopulations in HIV-infected subjects. Linear regressions and Pearson correlations (calculated with 95% confidence intervals and two-tailed p values) between the circulating CD4+ T cell count in HIV-infected patients (n = 20) and the absolute number of circulating CD8+ T cells (A), TEM1 (B), TEM2 (C), TEMRA (D), TCM (E), and TN (F) cells/μl. Pearson correlations are shown, as data sets were found to be normal as determined using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov normality test (see Materials and Methods).

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