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Correction: Mutations in the Gene DNAJC5 Cause Autosomal Dominant Kufs Disease in a Proportion of Cases: Study of the Parry Family and 8 Other Families

  • Milen Velinov,
  • Natalia Dolzhanskaya,
  • Michael Gonzalez,
  • Eric Powell,
  • Ioanna Konidari,
  • William Hulme,
  • John F. Staropoli,
  • Winnie Xin,
  • Guang Y. Wen,
  • Rosemary Barone,
  • Scott H. Coppel,
  • Katherine Sims,
  • W. Ted Brown,
  • Stephan Züchner

Correction: Mutations in the Gene DNAJC5 Cause Autosomal Dominant Kufs Disease in a Proportion of Cases: Study of the Parry Family and 8 Other Families

  • Milen Velinov, 
  • Natalia Dolzhanskaya, 
  • Michael Gonzalez, 
  • Eric Powell, 
  • Ioanna Konidari, 
  • William Hulme, 
  • John F. Staropoli, 
  • Winnie Xin, 
  • Guang Y. Wen, 
  • Rosemary Barone
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The authors would like to make a correction regarding one of the individuals reported in the study. Suspected specimen mislabeling for individual KUF04SR (see Table 2), resulted in reporting of a false-negative result for DNAJC5 mutation in this individual. This subject was independently shown to harbor a heterozygous c.346_348delCTC/p.Leu116del mutation in DNAJC5.