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Publisher Correction: Discordance for genotypic sex in phenotypic female Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) is related to a reduced sdY copy number

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Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66406-x, published online 15 June 2020


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“Quantification of sdY by real-time qPCR. Number of sdY copies detected within the linear dynamic range (LDR) of the real-time qPCR assay in phenotypic males ( ) and phenotypic females ( ), and outside of the LDR in phenotypic females ( ). indicates a phenotypic female with no sdY copies detected. (a) data for all 176 Tasmanian Atlantic salmon used in this study; (b) magnified view of individuals with low numbers of target copies.”


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“Quantification of sdY by real-time qPCR. Number of sdY copies detected within the linear dynamic range (LDR) of the real-time qPCR assay in phenotypic males ( ) and phenotypic females ( ), and outside of the LDR in phenotypic females ( ). indicates a phenotypic female with no sdY copies detected. (a) data for all 176 Tasmanian Atlantic salmon used in this study; (b) magnified view of individuals with low numbers of target copies.”

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Brown, M.S., Evans, B.S. & Afonso, L.O.B. Publisher Correction: Discordance for genotypic sex in phenotypic female Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) is related to a reduced sdY copy number. Sci Rep 10, 11966 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-69049-0

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