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Correction: Deletion at the GCNT2 Locus Causes Autosomal Recessive Congenital Cataracts

  • Bushra Irum,
  • Shahid Y. Khan,
  • Muhammad Ali,
  • Muhammad Daud,
  • Firoz Kabir,
  • Bushra Rauf,
  • Fareeha Fatima,
  • Hira Iqbal,
  • Arif O. Khan,
  • Saif Al Obaisi,
  • Muhammad Asif Naeem,
  • Idrees A. Nasir,
  • Shaheen N. Khan,
  • Tayyab Husnain,
  • Sheikh Riazuddin,
  • Javed Akram,
  • Allen O. Eghrari,
  •  [ ... ],
  • S. Amer Riazuddin
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Correction: Deletion at the GCNT2 Locus Causes Autosomal Recessive Congenital Cataracts

  • Bushra Irum, 
  • Shahid Y. Khan, 
  • Muhammad Ali, 
  • Muhammad Daud, 
  • Firoz Kabir, 
  • Bushra Rauf, 
  • Fareeha Fatima, 
  • Hira Iqbal, 
  • Arif O. Khan, 
  • Saif Al Obaisi
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There are errors in the fourth paragraph of the Results section. The correct paragraph is: To further investigate the possibility of a deletion mutation at the GCNT2 locus in PKCC215, we examined the whole-exome data of three affected individuals, which revealed the absence of variants at chromosome 6 interval harboring GCNT2. A search of variants in proximal and distal regions of GCNT2 identified two SNP’s rs35318586 (chr6: 10,464,803bp) and rs3756954 (chr6: 10,724,327bp) in exome data defining the proximal and distal boundaries of the deletion.

Reference

  1. 1. Irum B, Khan SY, Ali M, Daud M, Kabir F, Rauf B, et al. (2016) Deletion at the GCNT2 Locus Causes Autosomal Recessive Congenital Cataracts. PLoS ONE 11(12): e0167562. pmid:27936067