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Erratum: Mutations in SNX14 Cause a Distinctive Autosomal-Recessive Cerebellar Ataxia and Intellectual Disability Syndrome (American Journal of Human Genetics (2014) 95 (611–621))
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    Journal article
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    Thomas AC, Williams H, Setó-Salvia N, Bacchelli C, Jenkins D, O'Sullivan M, Mengrelis K, Ishida M, Ocaka L, Chanudet E, James C, Lescai F, Anderson G, Morrogh D, Ryten M, Duncan AJ, Pai YJ, Saraiva JM, Ramos F, Farren B, Saunders D, Vernay B, Gissen P, Straatmaan-Iwanowska A, Baas F, Wood NW, Hersheson J, Houlden H, Hurst J, Scott R, Bitner-Glindzicz M, Moore GE, Sousa SB, Stanier P
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    American Journal of Human Genetics
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© 2015 The American Society of Human Genetics (American Journal of Human Genetics 95, 611–621; November 6, 2014) In this article, mutation c.1894+1G > A in Table 1 and on page 616 is incorrect and should have been c.1894+1G > T, as correctly written in Figure 2. In addition, Figure 2C incorrectly shows that c.1894+1G > T occurs in intron 17. The correct intron is 19, as noted on page 616. A revised Figure 2 appears below. The authors apologize for the errors.
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