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October 12, 1994

Rotation of Photograph.

JAMA. 1994;272(14):1104. doi:10.1001/jama.1994.03520140034033

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Abstract

An error occurred in the Original Contribution entitled "DNA Diagnosis of Neurofibromatosis 2: Altered Coding Sequence of the merlin Tumor Suppressor in an Extended Pedigree," published in the November 17, 1993, issue of THE JourNAL (1993;270:2316-2320). Figure 3 on page 2319 is correct as printed with respect to all outer printed notations. However, the inset photograph of a sequencing gel has been rotated 180° from that submitted so that the left-most lanes appear on the right and vice versa. Because of this rotation the control lanes appear in the order C-T-A-G and are centered under the heading "Patient." The patient lanes also appear in the order C-T-A-G and are centered under the heading "Control."

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