Plant Molecular Biology 40: 543, 1999. © 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Corrigendum The structure and organization of the luciferase gene in the photosynthetic dinoﬂagellate Gonyaulax polyedra Liming Li and J. Woodland Hastings Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University, 16 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA ( author for correspondence) Plant Molecular Biology 36: 275–284, 1998 In Figure 2, the 13 nucleotide sequence found in both lcf and pcp intergene spacer regions in Gonyaulax polyedra was boxed in an incorrect location. The correct Figure 2 is depicted below. Figure 2. The nucleotide sequence of Bgl II-IPCR product of lcf. The sequence shown starts with the Bgl II site (indicated by arrow on the 5 side of the 4.55 kg Bgl II-Bgl II fragment and ﬁnished with P5, the antisense primer (direction indicated by arrow) used for Bgl II-IPCR reaction. Both sides are underlined. The transcribed region is shown in upper case letters and the non-transcribed spacer region is shown in lower case letters. The 13 nt sequence found in both lcf and pcp intergene spacer regions is boxed. The shaded capital letters correspond to the cDNA sequence obtained by the 5 RACE experiment.
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