[Corrigendum] Candidate of metastasis 1 regulates in vitro growth and invasion of bladder cancer cells
Affiliations: Cardiff University-Peking University School of Oncology Joint Institute, Cardiff University School of Medicine, Heath Park, Cardiff CF14 4XN, UK
- Published online on: February 16, 2018 https://doi.org/10.3892/ijo.2018.4277
- Pages: 1364-1364
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PENG DU, LIN YE, YONG YANG and WEN G. JIANG
Int J Oncol 42:[Related article:] 1249–1256, 2013
We noted an accidental error in Fig. 5 in the above-mentioned article. The image of the apoptotic analysis of the pEF control cells was accidently duplicated during composition of the final figure, such that it overlapped with the RT112 COM1rib result. A new version of Fig. 5 in featured below, in which the error has been corrected (the correct data for the RT112 COM1rib experiment are now included). It was regrettable that this accidental error occurred. The authors are grateful to the Editor for affording us with the opportunity to publish this corrigendum, and we apologize to the readership of the Journal for any inconvenience caused.
The apoptotic population in RT112 cells by flow cytometry. The apoptotic population in RT112 cells was analyzed using flow cytometry after 48 h of serum starvation. There was a marked increase in the population of apoptotic cells in the RT112 COM1exp cells compared with the controls. No significant decrease in the numbers was observed of apoptotic cells in RT112 COM1rib cells compared with the controls (WT and pEF). The experiment was repeated three times. Apoptotic index refers to total apoptotic population, including both early apoptotic cells (Q2) and late apoptotic cells (Q4).