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Correction to: A novel small diameter nanotextile arterial graft is related to surgical feasibility and security and elevated transmural endothelial ingrowth in pig | Journal of Nanobiotechnology


Following publication of the unique article [1], the authors want to embody two new co-authors and revised writer’s contributions assertion.

  1. 1.

    Dr. Praveen Kerala Varma

    electronic mail: varmapk@gmail.com; praveenv21204@goals.amirta.edu

  2. 2.

    Dr. Rajesh Jose

    electronic mail: rajeshj21304@goals.amirta.edu

The writer group has been up to date above and the unique article [1] has been corrected.

Authors’ contributions

JJ: developed the graft in Amrita, did lab-based work in Bristol, analyzed knowledge and drafted the manuscript; VDB: assisted animal surgical procedure in Bristol and undertook vascular doppler; NS: helped with lab-based work in Bristol and the bioreactor; AW: helped with graft engraftment lab-based work in Bristol; TJ: undertook the ex-vivo optical coherence tomography on explanted grafts in Bristol; HMB: undertook mechanical energy work at Amrita and ready Fig. 2a, 4a, and graphical summary; PKV: helped creating the graft in Amrita earlier than research in Bristol; RJ: helped creating the graft in Amrita earlier than research in Bristol; SK: helped creating the graft in Amrita and securing earlier funding from the Indian Authorities; DM: helped with creating the graft in Amrita together with supervising the Amrita-based bench testing and associated interpretation, co-secured the funding for the Commonwealth Scholarship Fee for the Break up-site scholarship, co-drafted the manuscript; SJG: supervised the lab-based histology work in Bristol associated to graft characterization and interpretation, co-secured the funding for the Commonwealth Scholarship Fee for the Break up-site scholarship, co-drafted the manuscript; RA: acted as senior writer, conceived and led all of the bioreactor and in-vivo work finished in Bristol and associated interpretation, secured all funding to assist bioreactor and in-vivo work in Bristol, co-drafted the manuscript and was corresponding writer. All of the authors have learn and accepted the ultimate manuscript.

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