Current Protein and Peptide Science, 2014, 15(6): 598-607.
Selenium and Selenoproteins: An Overview on Different Biological Systems\
Erika Mangiapane*, Alessandro Pessione and Enrica Pessione
Regrettably authors of the article entitled “Selenium and Selenoproteins: An Overview on Different Biological Systems”
declare that due to a oversight at there end, in the original article, there is an error in the reported name of the bacterial strain.
The bacterial strain was reported as Lactobacillus reuteri Lb2 (DSM 16143) but it should have been reported as Lactobacillus
reuteri Lb26 (DSM 16341). Therefore, any instances of Lb2 (DSM 16143) should be replaced with Lb26 (DSM 16341).
The experimental work was conducted on the strain Lactobacillus reuteri Lb26 (DSM 16341), formerly classified as Lactobacillus
buchneri Lb26 (DSM 16341). Unfortunately the strain provided was mislabeled as Lactobacillus reuteri Lb2 (DSM
16143), which does not possess any of the specific traits published.
The results of the research were unaffected by this labelling issue.
The last reference should read:
Lamberti, C.; Mangiapane, E.; Pessione, A.; Mazzoli, R.; Giunta, C.; Pessione, E. Proteomic characterization of a seleniummetabolizing probiotic Lactobacillus
reuteri Lb26 (DSM 16341) for nutraceutical applications. Proteomics, 2011, 11(11), 2212-2221.