J. Membrane Biol. 210, 213 (2006) DOI: 10.1007/s00232-006-1002-5 Erratum N.C. Adragna, M. Di Fulvio, P.K. Lauf lation by the signal transduction pathways originally The oligonucleotides used in our paper (J. Membrane proposed by us (Di Fulvio et al., 2003a;Di Fulvio Biol. 201, 109–137;DOI: 10.1007/s00232-004-0695-6) et al., 2003b). for KCC3 mRNA ampliﬁcation in vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) were designed based on sequences reported in (Mount et al., 1999). Because the KCC3 sequence described in (Mount et al., 1999) Reference in fact corresponds to KCC4 (see (Mount et al., 1999), note added in proofs), the ﬁgure labels and Di Fulvio, M., Lauf, P.K., Adragna, N.C. 2003a. The NO signaling their legends making reference to KCC3 mRNA pathway diﬀerentially regulates KCC3a and KCC3b mRNA expression or regulation in VSMCs should be chan- expression. Nitric Oxide 9:165–71 Di Fulvio, M., Lauf, P.K., Shah, S., Adragna, N.C. 2003b. ged to KCC4. Since, independently, we have shown NONOates regulate KCl cotransporter-1 and -3 mRNA the presence of KCC3a and KCC3b isoforms and expression in vascular smooth muscle cells. Am J Physiol Heart their regulation by the NO/sGC/PKG/cGMp sig- Circ Physiol 284:H1686–92 naling cascade (Di Fulvio et al. 2003a), this correc- Mount, D.B., Mercado, A., Song, L., Xu, J., George, A.L. Jr., tion does not change the overall interpretation of the Delpire, E., Gamba, G. 1999. Cloning and characterization of data, except that we now conclude that KCC3a, KCC3 and KCC4, new members of the cation-chloride KCC3b and KCC4 mRNAs are subjected to regu- cotransporter gene family. J Biol Chem 274:16355–62 Correspondence to: N.C. Adragna;email: norma.adragna@wright. edu
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