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In the article entitled ‘Prevalence of drug resistance under the DOTS strategy in Hyderabad, South India, 2001–2003’ (Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2006; 10(1): 58–62), the author list should have read as follows: B. Anuradha, S. Aparna, V. Hari Sai Priya, V. Vijaya Lakshmi, Y. Akbar, G. Suman Latha, K. J. R. Murthy.

The acknowledgements should have read as follows: This programme was funded by DFID-UK, WHO-SEAR and WHO-Geneva, LEPRA UK, the LEPRA Society, and Blue Peter Research Centre, Hyderabad. We also thank the staff members of the free chest clinic and the Blue Peter Research Centre.

In the article entitled ‘Comparison of Mantoux skin test with three generations of a whole blood IFN-γ assay for tuberculosis infection’ (Mahomed H, Hughes E J, Hawkridge T, Minnies D, Simon E, Little F, Hanekom W A, Geiter L, Hussey G D, Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2006; 10(3): 310–316), the following error occurred in Table 3: in the last line for ‘skilled worker’, ‘10’ should read ‘106’.

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Publication date: June 1, 2006

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