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Erratum To: Molecular evolution of the keratin associated protein gene family in mammals, role in the evolution of mammalian hair

BMC Evolutionary Biology20099:213

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-9-213

Received: 20 August 2009

Accepted: 25 August 2009

Published: 25 August 2009

The Research article to this article has been published in BMC Evolutionary Biology 2008 8:241

Abstract

Correction to Wu DD, Irwin DM, Zhang YP: Molecular evolution of the keratin associated protein gene family in mammals, role in the evolution of mammalian hair. BMC Evol Biol 2008, 8:241.

Correction

In the publication of our work [1], in the table two: Amino acid composition of KRTAPs subfamily genes in mammals, the subfamily 30 should be deleted, and the subfamily 34 should be corrected as 30, 35 should be corrected as 34, and 36 should be corrected as 35. Here, we provide a table 1, which is a corrected version of table two. In the additional file 1, mouse gene repertoire in the table S1, at the line 42, the KRTAP34p1 should be corrected as KRTAP30p1; from the line 177 to 189, the chromosomes should be chr1. We provide a correction of additional file 1. We regret any inconvenience caused to researchers.
Table 1

Amino acid composition of KRTAPs subfamily genes in mammals.

HS-KRTAP

subfamily

C

G

L

P

Q

S

T

Y

 

1

26.57

10.04

1.67

9.22

6.84

15.55

8.04

1.88

 

2

29.1

4.42

1.44

14.4

6.03

10.33

9.25

0.56

 

3

19.93

4.72

8.01

15.6

2.9

8.53

10.84

1.53

 

4

37.37

2.98

1

10.57

5.47

16.21

7.91

0.51

 

5

35.86

23.67

0.1

5.01

3.39

19.25

0.65

0.27

 

9

35.26

2.65

1.02

11.04

7.17

12.74

13.95

1.32

 

10

27.61

2.55

3.34

13

6.1

18.76

4.62

0.52

 

11

13.1

8.08

4.08

8.24

7.45

14.75

12.16

2.43

 

12

22.86

2.57

2.17

13.81

6.18

21.12

4.02

1.33

 

13

11.47

10.61

5.73

7.41

4.17

21.31

5.88

7.49

 

17

36.06

31.44

0.26

4.49

4.23

9.91

3.17

0

 

24

9.77

5.05

7.45

9.38

3.99

17.55

7.31

7.18

 

25

7

5.07

5.56

8.21

6.28

19.08

3.86

6.28

 

26

11.3

9.04

8.47

11.45

4.01

18.08

5.14

3.24

 

27

8.71

4.07

6.59

7.81

7.81

18.06

7.73

1.38

 

28

39.54

33.66

0.01

1.6

3.93

5.8

2.69

1.02

 

29

16.27

6.01

3.34

11.42

8.33

16.7

7.84

2.39

 

30

50.73

4.65

0.17

9.54

11.11

4.42

8.55

0.23

 

31

26.53

1.02

3.06

11.9

4.76

15.08

10.66

0.11

 

32

38.72

3.4

1.91

16.17

4.26

10

8.94

0.21

 

33

32.18

5.42

2.65

15.29

1.52

9.17

3.19

0.11

 

34

9.19

8.38

4.32

11.08

4.05

21.62

8.11

5.68

 

35

10.34

4.6

8.05

11.49

6.9

20.69

6.9

1.15

HGT-KRTAP

6

13.61

40.26

4.87

0.19

0.05

7.59

0.29

22.87

 

7

8.81

19.16

4.79

7.28

0.19

11.49

6.13

12.26

 

8

5.72

23.97

3.94

7.16

0

8.59

2.15

20.04

 

19

6.07

36.52

4.22

1.38

0.33

10.8

0.33

19.96

 

20

13.9

37.61

4.61

1.73

0.26

5.72

0.23

24.2

 

21

17.2

36.82

0.93

1.03

0.24

12.6

0.87

20.98

The average amino acid content (%) of high cysteine (HS) and high glycine/tyrosine (HGT) KRTAP subfamily genes is shown. C (cysteine), G (glycine), L (leucine), P (proine), Q (glutamine), S (serine), T (threonine) and Y (tyrosine) are single letter codes for amino acids that are abundant in some KRTAP proteins.

Notes

Declarations

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
State Key Laboratory of Genetic Resources and Evolution, Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
(2)
Laboratory for Conservation and Utilization of Bio-resource, Yunnan University
(3)
Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
(4)
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology and the Banting and Best Diabetes Centre, University of Toronto

References

  1. Wu DD, Irwin DM, Zhang YP: Molecular evolution of the keratin associated protein gene family in mammals, role in the evolution of mammalian hair. BMC Evol Biol. 2008, 8: 241-10.1186/1471-2148-8-241.PubMed CentralView ArticlePubMed

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