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||P.997 left column top paragraph: "The ROS [reactive oxygen species] species produced from graphene and its derivatives are therefore considered to be generated through interaction with oxygen or other ETC [electron transport chain] carriers (e.g., NADH, NADPH, or FADH2). Table 2 lists the primary electron transporters in
ETC, along with their E°’s at pH 7. As these biomolecules span a large range of electrochemical potentials, charge transfer reactions with graphene derivatives are likely to occur in the
proximity of cellular membranes [ref 50]."