It has been brought to our attention that in a 2015 review article titled “The Role of intracellular redox imbalance in nanomaterial induced cellular damage and genotoxicity: A review” [Kermanizadeh et al., ] published in Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis one of the figures (Fig. 2) did not reference the original source from which it was reproduced. The figure in question is a simplified version of the image from work published in Nanotoxicology in 2013 by Shukla et al. . The paper by Shukla et al. is cited in the Kermanizadeh paper but regrettably the reference for the image was missed. We would like to take this opportunity to whole‐heartedly apologize to Shukla and co‐authors for this oversight and the obvious inconvenience that this has caused.REFERENCESKermanizadeh A, Chauche C, Brown DM, Loft S, Møller P. 2015. The role of intracellular redox imbalance in nanomaterial induced cellular damage and genotoxicity: A review. Environ Mol Mutagen 56:111–124.Shukla RK, Kumar A, Gurbani D, Pandey AK, Singh S, Dhawan A. 2013. TiO2 nanoparticles induce oxidative DNA damage and apoptosis in human liver cells. Nanotoxicology 7:48–60.
Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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