Correction: Release of extraction-resistant mRNA in stationary phase Saccharomyces cerevisiae produces a massive increase in transcript abundance in response to stress

  • Anthony D Aragon1,

    Affiliated with

    • Gabriel A Quiñones2,

      Affiliated with

      • Edward V Thomas3,

        Affiliated with

        • Sushmita Roy4 and

          Affiliated with

          • Margaret Werner-Washburne1Email author

            Affiliated with

            Genome Biology20067:403

            DOI: 10.1186/gb-2006-7-8-403

            Published: 23 August 2006

             

            We wish to report a correction to our study [1]. This does not alter the interpretation of the data. The strain S288c that was used in the study was reported incorrectly as having the genotype: MATα his3 leu2-3,112 lys2 trp1 ura3-52. In fact the S288c strain we used, stored in our laboratory as MW481, is MATα gal2mal2.

            Authors’ Affiliations

            (1)
            Department of Biology, University of New Mexico
            (2)
            Cancer Biology Program, Stanford University
            (3)
            Sandia National Laboratories
            (4)
            Department of Computer Science, University of New Mexico

            References

            1. Aragon AD, Quiñones GA, Thomas EV, Roy S, Werner-Washburne M: Release of extraction-resistant mRNA in stationary phase Saccharomyces cerevisiae produces a massive increase in transcript abundance in response to stress. Genome Biol 2006, 7:R9.View ArticlePubMed

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            © BioMed Central Ltd 2006

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