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Correction: Capsaicin Treatment Attenuates Cholangiocarcinoma Carcinogenesis

  • Annika Wutka,
  • Vindhya Palagani,
  • Samarpita Barat,
  • Xi Chen,
  • Mona El Khatib,
  • Julian Götze,
  • Hanane Belahmer,
  • Steffen Zender,
  • Przemyslaw Bozko,
  • Nisar P. Malek,
  • Ruben R. Plentz

Correction: Capsaicin Treatment Attenuates Cholangiocarcinoma Carcinogenesis

  • Annika Wutka, 
  • Vindhya Palagani, 
  • Samarpita Barat, 
  • Xi Chen, 
  • Mona El Khatib, 
  • Julian Götze, 
  • Hanane Belahmer, 
  • Steffen Zender, 
  • Przemyslaw Bozko, 
  • Nisar P. Malek
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There is an error in Fig 1 of the published article. The DMSO image in Fig 1D is a duplicate of the 150μM image in Fig 1B and was incorrectly included in Fig 1D. Please see the correct Fig 1 here.

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Fig 1. Capsaicin inhibits cell proliferation in human cholangiocarcinoma cell lines.

The cell proliferation of (A) SZ1 and (C) TFK-1 cells was measured by cell proliferation assay. Capsaicin (150 μM, 200 μM) inhibited cell proliferation in a dose- and time-dependent manner. Light microscopic pictures (10× magnification) were taken at 96 h to show the effect of capsaicin on cell proliferation of (B) SZ1 and (D) TFK-1. Note that these results reveal the anti-proliferative effects of capsaicin on human cholangiocarcinoma cells. Data are expressed as mean ± SD of triplicates.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0162673.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Wutka A, Palagani V, Barat S, Chen X, El Khatib M, Götze J, et al. (2014) Capsaicin Treatment Attenuates Cholangiocarcinoma Carcinogenesis. PLoS ONE 9(4): e95605. pmid:24748170