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Retraction Note: Phycoremediation of automobile exhaust gases using green microalgae: a twofold advantage for pollutant removal and concurrent biomass/lipid yields
Sustainable Environment Research volume 32, Article number: 43 (2022)
Retraction Note: Sustain Environ Res 30, 4 (2020)
The Editor-in-Chief has retracted this article because it shows substantial overlap in both data and text with another article  by the same authors that was submitted and published within a close time frame. As the results presented are for a different species of microalgae from that reported in , the Editor-in-Chief no longer has confidence in the conclusions presented. All authors agree with this retraction.
Kandimalla P, Vatte P, Bandaru CSR. Phycoremediation of automobile exhaust gases using green microalgae. Environ Dev Sustain 23, 6301–6322 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-020-00873-0
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Kandimalla, P., Vatte, P. & Bandaru, C.S.R. Retraction Note: Phycoremediation of automobile exhaust gases using green microalgae: a twofold advantage for pollutant removal and concurrent biomass/lipid yields. Sustain Environ Res 32, 43 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s42834-022-00153-8