Corrigendum

Oncogene (2016) 35, 6446; doi:10.1038/onc.2016.210; published online 4 July 2016

There is a Retraction (13 February 2017) associated with this corrigendum.

PRIMA-1Met induces mitochondrial apoptosis through activation of caspase-2

J Shen, H Vakifahmetoglu, H Stridh, B Zhivotovsky and K G Wiman

Correction to: Oncogene (2008) 27, 6571–6580; doi:10.1038/onc.2008.249

Following the publication of this paper, the authors noted some errors in the figures presented.

The authors repeated the experiments presented in Figure 5c (western blot to show cytochrome c release upon PRIMA-1MET treatment) and Supplementary Figure S2 (western blot to show Bid cleavage upon PRIMA-1MET treatment) with small modifications. In Figure 5c, the pan-caspase inhibitor zVAD was used instead of the caspase-3 inhibitor zDEVD. In Supplementary Figure S2, an antibody that detects full-length Bid was used rather than an antibody that detects both full-length and cleaved Bid.

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(c) Western blot analysis showing cytochrome c distribution in supernatants and mitochondrial pellets (upper panel) of H1299-His175 cells after 16h of treatment with 37.5μM PRIMA-1MET. The mitochondrial protein Tomm40 was used as marker for the mitochondrial fraction. Quantification of protein levels is shown in the lower panel. The cytochrome c antibody was from BD Biosciences, mAb clone 7H8.2C12, #556433. The Tomm40 antibody was from Santa Cruz, Antibody H-300, sc-11414.

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In addition, a new version of Figure 6a (siRNA knockdown of caspase-2) was created using raw data.

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(a) Western blot analysis of caspase-2 expression. H1299-His175 cells were treated with siRNA against caspase-2 for 24–48h prior to treatment with 37.5μM PRIMA-1MET. A scrambled siRNA (si-Ctrl) was used as control. G3PDH was used as control for equal loading. The caspase-2 antibody was from BD Biosciences, mAb clone 35, #611023.

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The three revised figures are presented below along with figure legends.

All data are in agreement with previous findings described in the original article, and the main conclusion remains unchanged.

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