Errata Mammalian lian Ge,q Mammalian Genome 9, 344 (1998). © Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1998 Mammalian Genome, volume 8, number 12, 1997, pp 890-895 In the paper "Comparative mapping of the DiGeorge syndrome region in mouse shows inconsistent gene order and differential degree of gene construction" by A. Botta, E.A. Lindsay, V. Jurecic, A. Baldini, the authors use two symbols previously assigned to other genes, Idd and Es2, for genes within the DiGeorge homologous region on Chr 16. The Idd stem followed by a number is the symbol for insulin dependent diabetes susceptibility genes; Es2 is the symbol for esterase 2. Neither symbol is approved for these human DiGeorge region genes and is unlikely to be approved by the Human Nomenclature Committee because of the conflict with the previously assigned mouse symbols. Also, the correct symbol for testis-specific serine/threonine kinase is Tssk, not Tssk-1. Authors may obtain symbol approval and check for conflict with already assigned symbols elec- tronically through the Mouse Genome Database web site ( Mammalian Genome, volume 8, number 12, 1997, pp 946-947 In the paper "The Cystatin S gene maps to rat Chromosome 3, to which DI mgh18 is re-assigned from Chromosome 1" by M.B. Duran Alonso, P. Shiels, A.S. McCallion, N.K. Bennett, A.P. Payne, J. Szpirer, C. Szpirer, M.J. Brodie, R.W. Davies, R.G. Sutcliffe, the first author's last name is listed in the index as "Alonso, M.B." It should read as follows: "Duran Alonso, M.B." Mammalian Genome, volume 9, number 1, 1998, pp 2-7 In the paper "rim2 (recombination-induced mutation 2) is a new allele of pearl and a mouse model of human Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome (HPS): genetic and physical mapping," three of the authors' names were misspelled. Mori Endo should be Mari Endo, Serichi Ishiguro should be Sei-ichi Ishiguro, and Shigehora Wakana should be Shigeharu Wakana. Mammalian Genome, volume 9, number 1, 1998, pp 15-19 In the paper "A new inbred strain JF1 established from Japanese fancy mouse carrying the classic piebald allele," one of the authors' names was misspelled. Kimiyuk Tsuchiya should be Kimiyuki Tsuchiya. Mammalian Genome, volume 9, number 1, 1998, pp 20-25 In the paper "A new mutation Rim3 resembling Re'" is mapped close to retinoic acid receptor alpha (Rara) gene on mouse Chromosome 11," one of the authors' names was misspelled. Makoto Tama should be Makoto Tamai. Mammalian Genome Springer Journals

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