The Journal of Neuroscience, January 21, 2004, 24(3)
In the article "Evidence for Chelatable Zinc in the Extracellular Space of the Hippocampus, But Little Evidence for Synaptic Release of Zn," by Alan R. Kay, which appeared on pages 6847-6855 of the July 30, 2003 issue, the wrong name, acronym, and structure of the transition metal chelator were inadvertently given. The chemical name of the chelator is ethylenediamine-N,N'-diacetic-N-N'-di--propionic acid rather than ethylenediiminodi-2-pentanedioic acid, and its acronym is EDPA rather than EDDG. EDPA is available from Aldrich as catalog number 28,584-6. In Figure 1a, the chemical structure should be replaced by the following one: Also, the first sentence on page 6852 should begin "If the value of fmax/fmin is...."