International Journal of Inflammation

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Volume 2012 |Article ID 254858 |

Bella Mehta, Petros Efthimiou, "Erratum to “Ferritin in Adult-Onset Still’s Disease: Just a Useful Innocent Bystander?”", International Journal of Inflammation, vol. 2012, Article ID 254858, 1 page, 2012.

Erratum to “Ferritin in Adult-Onset Still’s Disease: Just a Useful Innocent Bystander?”

Received05 Jul 2012
Accepted24 Jul 2012
Published26 Aug 2012

There is an error in the citations of our previous paper as reference [51] G. Zandman-Goddard, M. Blank, P. Langevitz et al., “Antiserum amyloid component P antibodies in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus correlate with disease activity,” Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol. 64, no. 12, pp. 1698–1702, 2005 should be replaced by the following references: [1] Li, X., et al., “Epidermal Growth Factor-Ferritin H-Chain Protein Nanoparticles for Tumor Active Targeting,” Small, 2012; [2] Jezequel, P., et al., “Validation of tumor-associated macrophage ferritin light chain as a prognostic biomarker in node-negative breast cancer tumors: A multicentric 2004 national PHRC study,” International Journal of Cancer, 2012. 131(2): p. 426–37. [3] Pitcher, J., et al., “Disruption of neuronal CXCR4 function by opioids: preliminary evidence of ferritin heavy chain as a potential etiological agent in neuroAIDS,” Journal of Neuroimmunology, 2010. 224(1-2): p. 66–71. [4] Rosen, H. R., “Placental isoferritin-associated p43 in pregnancy and breast cancer: minireview,” Neoplasma, 1996. 43(6): p. 357–62.

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