Nf1;Trp53 mutant mice develop glioblastoma with evidence of strain-specific effects
K M Reilly et al.
Nature Genet. 26, 109– 113 (2000).
In the legend to Fig. 6, the fifth sentence should have read as follows: “In the B6 background, 77% of mice developed a brain lesion (n=22 ).”
Macular corneal dystrophy type I and type II are caused by distinct mutations in a new sulphotransferase gene
T O Akama et al.
Nature Genet. 26, 237– 241 (2000).
The designation of one of the mutations reported, C840A (resulting in R50), was not correct. The correct designation is C840T (resulting in R50C). The authors thank Eddy Ball (Human Mutation Database, Cardiff) for alerting them to this error.
Dominant isolated renal magnesium loss is caused by misrouting of the Na + ,K + -ATPase γ-subunit
I C Meij et al.
Nature Genet. 26, 265– 266 (2000).
The mutation found in FXYD2 is referred to in the text as G123A; this mutation should have been designated G121A. The mutation is correctly shown in Fig. 1. It was recently reported that the alternative exon 1 encodes an alternative splice-variant (K.J. Sweadner and E. Rael, Genomics 68, 41–56; 2000).
The references at the bottom of the second column, first page (concerning functional effects of the γ-subunit on Na and K affinity), should have been 5,7,8 rather than 4,7,8. In paragraph 4, second page, line 3, the reference should have been 8, rather than 4.