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Correction: Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing for Clinical Diagnosis of 561 Mendelian Diseases

  • Yanqiu Liu,
  • Xiaoming Wei,
  • Xiangdong Kong,
  • Xueqin Guo,
  • Yan Sun,
  • Jianfen Man,
  • Lique Du,
  • Hui Zhu,
  • Zelan Qu,
  • Ping Tian,
  • Bing Mao,
  • Yun Yang

Correction: Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing for Clinical Diagnosis of 561 Mendelian Diseases

  • Yanqiu Liu, 
  • Xiaoming Wei, 
  • Xiangdong Kong, 
  • Xueqin Guo, 
  • Yan Sun, 
  • Jianfen Man, 
  • Lique Du, 
  • Hui Zhu, 
  • Zelan Qu, 
  • Ping Tian
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S3, S4 and S5 Tables appear incorrectly in the published article. Please see the correct tables below.

Supporting Information

S3 Table. The list of 561 Mendelian diseases.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0148154.s001

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S4 Table. Results of normalization analysis of three patients (P88, P89 and P90).

We detected a microduplication of chromosome 10 in patient P88, the gender ratio was about 1.42. We detected a microduplication of chromosome 9 in patient P89, the gender ratio was about 1.31. We detected a microdeletion in chromosome 17 (16773072–20222149) in patient P90, the gender ration was about 0.55.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0148154.s002

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S5 Table. Primer pairs designed for validation of mutations by Sanger sequencing or real-time PCR.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0148154.s003

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Reference

  1. 1. Liu Y, Wei X, Kong X, Guo X, Sun Y, Man J, et al. (2015) Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing for Clinical Diagnosis of 561 Mendelian Diseases. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0133636. pmid:26274329