Retraction Incorporating Mouse Genome Mammalian Genome 12, 943 (2001). © Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 2001 DOI: 10.1007/s00335-001-0014-9 Retraction of publication entitled “Characterization of the alternate allelic forms of human PAX7.” Mammalian Genome 11: 332–337, 2000 Janelle T. Pelham and Peter H. Kay Department of Pathology, The University of Western Australia Since publication of our paper referring to polymorphism of hu- Dr P.H. Kay and J.T. Pelham wish to apologize to the scientific man PAX7 (Ziman et al., 2000), recent work by Pelham and Kay community for any inconveniences caused by publication of this has been unable to reproduce the electrophoretically slow PCR previously incorrect genomic structure of PAX7. products and DNA sequence data used to assign PAX7 alleles and conclude duplication of the gene. Moreover, we have shown that References electrophoretically slow PCR products which include the hyper- variable region described in our previous paper comprise “bulge” Nataraj AJ, Olivos-Glander I, Kusukawa N, Highsmith WE Jr. (1999) type (Nataraj et al., 1999) heteroduplex PCR artefacts. Conse- Single-strand conformation polymorphism and heteroduplex analysis for quently, our recent findings completely invalidate all the conclu- gel-based mutation detection. Electrophoresis 20, 1177–1185. sions drawn in our publication by Ziman et al. (2000). Our previ- Ziman MR, Pelham JT, Mastaglia FL, Kay PH (2000) Characterization of ous paper (Ziman et al., 2000) should now be recognized as com- the alternate allelic forms of human PAX7. Mamm. Genome 11, 332– pletely retracted. 337.
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