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"Rewiring Your Body" (Cover Photo, Mar. 7, 2005, print edition)

Photographer James Porto should have received credit for the Mar. 7 cover photo "Rewiring your body."

"Stocks by the barrel: Sizing up the oil patch" (The Barker Portfolio, Feb. 28) should have cited ChevronTexaco (CVT), not ExxonMobil (XOM), as one of the oil companies that did not plan to report yearend 2004 petroleum reserves before March. ExxonMobil reported its reserves on Feb. 18. Also, the stock prices of ChevronTexaco and ConocoPhillips (COP) listed in the accompanying table were transposed.

The photo that accompanies "The sign that failure is on the way" (Developments to Watch, Feb. 28, print edition) depicts a piece of polyethylene film, not fishing line.

In "J&J (JNJ) may pump up Animas (PUMP)" (Inside Wall Street, Feb. 28), Animas makes insullin pumps (not glucose pumps) that dispense insulin based on patient entry of food data.

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