Erratum In the paper by Cogswell, Price, Hou, Guay-Woodford, Flaherty, and Bryda (Mammalian Genome, DOI: 10.1007/s00335-002-2241-0), Figure 1 was printed incorrectly. Below is the correct version of Figure 1. Fig. 1. The genomic structure of the mouse Bicc1 gene. A schematic view of the Bicc1 with the jcpk and bpk mutation sites indicated. The jcpk mutation results in abnormal splicing as indicated by the dashed line. The bpk mutation results in an elongation of the transcript as indicated in the box. Normal alternate splicing also occurs and results in the addition of exon 21 (transcript B). The amino acid sequences of the predicted two transcripts are given in the box. The SAM domain in each of the transcripts is underlined. Sequence for transcript A is taken from Genbank; this sequence has one additional amino acid at the terminus from that reported by Wessely et al. . Yellow box, exon 20; blue box, exon 21; green box, exon 22; aa, amino acids. The plus marks indicate change in the last three amino acids of SAM domain in transcript B. The asterisks indicate positions of stop codons. 492 DOI: 10.1007/s00335-003-0028-6 • Volume 14, 492 (2003) • Springer-Verlag New York, Inc. 2003
Mammalian Genome – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 21, 2003
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