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Harrington MG. Emerging Neural Theories of Migraine Pathogenesis Cerebrospinal Profiling of Proteins, Lipids, Small Molecules, and Elements: Application to the Study of Migraine Pathophysiology. Headache. 2006;46(suppl 1):S9-S12.

In the original publication of this article, Figure 1 appears incorrectly. The figure is accurately presented below.

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Figure 1.—. Dynamic range of identified CSF proteins. Proteins common to blood plasma (left) are higher in abundance than those unique to CSF (right).

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