PMCCPMCCPMCC

Search tips
Search criteria 

Advanced

 
Logo of scirepAboutEditorial BoardFor AuthorsScientific Reports
 
Sci Rep. 2017; 7: 44967.
Published online 2017 March 22. doi:  10.1038/srep44967
PMCID: PMC5361078

Corrigendum: Development and Characterization of Lecithin-based Self-assembling Mixed Polymeric Micellar (saMPMs) Drug Delivery Systems for Curcumin

Scientific Reports 6: Article number: 37122; published online: November 16 2016; updated: March 22 2017.10.1038/srep37122 [Cross Ref]

The authors neglected to cite a previous study related to the giving of a single oral dose of 410 mg micellar curcumin to women and men. This additional reference is listed below as reference 1, and should appear in the text as below.

In the Introduction section,

“Furthermore, the maximum concentration (Cmax) achieved using a single oral dose of 410 mg of curcumin micelles (women, 3.7 μmol/L; men 2.6 μmol/L) was higher than that achieved using 8 g of free curcumin4”.

should read:

“Furthermore, the maximum concentration (Cmax) achieved using a single oral dose of 410 mg of curcumin micelles (women, 3.7 μmol/L; men 2.6 μmol/L)1 was higher than that achieved using 8 g of free curcumin4”.

References

  • Schiborr C. et al. . The oral bioavailability of curcumin from micronized powder and liquid micelles is significantly increased in healthy humans and differs between sexes. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research 58, 516–527 (2014). [PubMed]

Articles from Scientific Reports are provided here courtesy of Nature Publishing Group