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        Molecular mechanism of green microalgae, Dunaliella salina, involved in attenuating balloon injury-induced neointimal formation – RETRACTION
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The article by Sheu et al. (1) has been retracted at the request of the authors. The cell lines were named as being human aortic smooth muscle cells (HASMCs). However, the authors have contacted us to state that these cells were in fact A10 cells from embryonic rats. Because of the fundamental nature of this error, the findings cannot be interpreted in the manner stated in the original article, and therefore this paper has been retracted. The authors apologise for this error.

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1Ming-Jyh, S, Hsu-Chen, C, Yi-Chung, C, et al. (2010) Molecular mechanism of green microalgae, Dunaliella salina, involved in attenuating balloon injury-induced neointimal formation. Br J Nutr 104, 326335, Published by Cambridge University Press, 7 April 2010, doi:10.1017/S0007114510000693