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Erratum to: Statistically based splicing detection reveals neural enrichment and tissue-specific induction of circular RNA during human fetal development
Genome Biologyvolume 17, Article number: 263 (2016)
The original article was published in Genome Biology 2015 16:126
In this version of this article that was originally published  the authors had analysed two HeLa samples, SRR1637089 and SRR1637090, in Fig. 3 of the original publication. The authors had respectively analysed the samples as RNaseR+ and Ribominus, due to their incorrect annotations in a public database, but they were both Ribominus samples. The authors have now analysed appropriate positive and negative controls using their method, KNIFE, and find_circ. The results are presented in an amended version of Fig. 3c, please see updated version below. Furthermore, the authors have now provided a list of accession codes for the ENCODE data they analysed, please see the Table 1 below. Please note this was not part of the original article.
Source (cell line name or tissue type), Type of sample (tissue, polyA+ cell line, or polyA- cell line), and Accession code for all ENCODE data analyzed.]
Szabo L, Morey R, Palpant NJ, Wang PL, Afari N, Jiang C, et al. Statistically based splicing detection reveals neural enrichment and tissue-specific induction of circular RNA during human fetal development. Genome Biol. 2016;16:126.
The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s13059-015-0690-5.