Corrigendum to “Is there any difference between the health risk from consumption of recorded and unrecorded spirits containing alcohols other than ethanol? A population-based comparative risk assessment” [Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 106 (2019) 334–345](S0273230019301485)(10.1016/j.yrtph.2019.05.020)

Orsolya Bujdosó, László Pál, Attila Nagy, Ervin Árnyas, R. Ádány, J. Sándor, Martin McKee, Sándor Szűcs

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The authors regret that there were a few errors in their paper. Figure 1D was duplicated in Figure 1F (page 337). Figure 1F should demonstrate the concentration of aliphatic alcohols in recorded grain and unrecorded fruit spirits. The authors have replaced the “F” panel in this Figure with the correct version. The number of Hungarian fruit spirits and vodkas was typed incorrectly. The correct number of Hungarian fruit spirits and vodka is 33 instead of 34 and 19 instead of 18, respectively (page 335). The statistical analysis and risk assessment were carried out with the correct data. Therefore, these mistakes do not influence the results and conclusion of the paper. The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused. Fig. 1. Concentration of aliphatic alcohols in recorded and unrecorded spirits. Concentration of individual aliphatic alcohol components (A and B) in recorded and unrecorded spirits, total concentration of other aliphatic alcohols (OAAs) in recorded and unrecorded spirits (C) and recorded and unrecorded fruit spirits (D), in recorded grain and fruit spirits (E) and unrecorded fruit spirits (F), concentration of ethanol in recorded and unrecorded spirits (G) and recorded and unrecorded fruit spirits (H). Median concentrations of ethanol and OAAs, their interquartile ranges are shown. ***p<0.001. [Figure presented]

Original languageEnglish
Article number104412
JournalRegulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
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Publication statusPublished - jan. 1 2019

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