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A Comparison Of Poly-ethylene-glycol-Coated And Uncoated Gold Nanoparticle-Mediated Hepatotoxicity And Oxidative Stress In Sprague-Dawley Rats [Corrigendum]

Authors Patlolla AK, Kumari SA, Tchounwou PB

Received 17 September 2019

Accepted for publication 17 September 2019

Published 24 September 2019 Volume 2019:14 Pages 7793—7794

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S231353


Patlolla AK, Kumari SA, Tchounwou PB. Int J Nanomedicine. 2019;14:639–647.
 
An error was made in the uploading of the image used in Figure 8Be on page 645 and a replacement image has been provided. The new image shows a similar outcome as that previously described such as central vein damage (CVD), necrosis (NC), pyknotic cells and vacuolation in hepatocytes. However, the new image does not indicate hepatocytes or debris (arterial) inside the central vein as was observed in the original version of Figure 8Be.
 
The authors and the Editor-in-Chief have confirmed the correction to Figure 8Be has no significant impact on the conclusions of the study.
 
The authors wish to apologise for this error.
 
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Patlolla AK, Kumari SA, Tchounwou PB. Int J Nanomedicine. 2019;14:639–647.

An error was made in the uploading of the image used in Figure 8Be on page 645 and a replacement image has been provided. The new image shows a similar outcome as that previously described such as central vein damage (CVD), necrosis (NC), pyknotic cells and vacuolation in hepatocytes. However, the new image does not indicate hepatocytes or debris (arterial) inside the central vein as was observed in the original version of Figure 8Be.

The authors and the Editor-in-Chief have confirmed the correction to Figure 8Be has no significant impact on the conclusions of the study.

The authors wish to apologise for this error.

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