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Correction: Accurate Breakpoint Mapping in Apparently Balanced Translocation Families with Discordant Phenotypes Using Whole Genome Mate-Pair Sequencing

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Correction: Accurate Breakpoint Mapping in Apparently Balanced Translocation Families with Discordant Phenotypes Using Whole Genome Mate-Pair Sequencing

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The legend for Table 1 is incorrectly displayed in the third paragraph of the Results section. The publisher apologizes for the error.

The complete Table 1 legend is: Translocation junction and exact breakpoint position as identified by Mate Pair Sequencing (MPS) and Sanger sequencing (SS), respectively, in the affected and non-affected translocation carriers in each family. The number of read-pairs representing each translocation junction, the gene(s) disrupted by each translocation breakpoint as well as insertions/deletions (indels), microhomology and repetitive elements found at the breakpoint sites are indicated. All genomic coordinates are based on the GRCh37/hg19 reference genome assembly. (ID = Intellectual Disability; mat = maternal; bp = base-pair; del. = deletion; dupl. = duplication).

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Table 1. Breakpoint mapping and sequencing results for each apparently balanced translocation case included in this study.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0174190.t001

Reference

  1. 1. Aristidou C, Koufaris C, Theodosiou A, Bak M, Mehrjouy MM, Behjati F, et al. (2017) Accurate Breakpoint Mapping in Apparently Balanced Translocation Families with Discordant Phenotypes Using Whole Genome Mate-Pair Sequencing. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0169935. pmid:28072833