Erratum to: Prerequisites for ubiquinone analogs to prevent mitochondrial permeability transition-induced cell death

Belliere, Julie; Devun, Flavien; Cottet-Rousselle, Cécile; Batandier, Cécile; Leverve, Xavier; Fontaine, Eric
June 2012
Journal of Bioenergetics & Biomembranes;Jun2012, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p397
Academic Journal
Correction notice
A correction to the article "Prerequisites for ubiquinone analogs to prevent mitochondrial permeability transition-induced cell death," which was published in a 2012 issue is presented.


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