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Concerning Workplace Sexism

September 28, 2015 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 93, ISSUE 38

Aug. 24, page 3: The Science & Technology Concentrate about potential antialcoholism agents incorrectly states that naltrexone is addictive and can cause depression. It can cause gastrointestinal problems.
◾ Sept. 7, page 3: The blue spheres on the cover of the magazine were described incorrectly in the table of contents. They represent magnesium ions essential for the cutting of DNA, not positions where Cas9 cuts DNA.

In regards to Bibiana Campos Seijo’s editorial “Chauvinism in the Lab” (C&EN, June 15, page 3), vive la différence. Surely we weren’t expected to leave our sense of humor behind on entering the 21st century. Sir Richard Timothy Hunt must agree.

James OB Wright
Sequatchie, Tenn.

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