Corrigendum: The spotted gar genome illuminates vertebrate evolution and facilitates human-teleost comparisons

Ingo Braasch 1, 2 Andrew R. Gehrke 3 Jeramiah J. Smith 4 Kazuhiko Kawasaki 5, 6 Tereza Manousaki 7 Jérémy Pasquier 8 Angel Amores 1 Thomas Desvignes 1 Peter Batzel 1 Julian Catchen 9 Aaron M. Berlin 10 Michael S. Campbell 11, 12 Daniel Barrell 13, 14, 15 Kyle J. Martin 16, 17 John F. Mulley 18 Vydianathan Ravi 19 Alison P. Lee 19 Tetsuya Nakamura 3 Domitille Chalopin 20, 21 Shaohua Fan 4, 21 Dustin Wcisel 22, 23 Cristian Cañestro 24, 25 Jason Sydes 1 Felix E.G. Beaudry 26 Yi Sun 27, 28 Jana Hertel 29, 30 Michael J. Beam 1 Mario Fasold 29 Mikio Ishiyama 31 Jeremy Johnson 10 Steffi Kehr 29 Marcia Lara 10 John H. Letaw 1 Gary W. Litman 32 Ronda T. Litman 32 Masato Mikami 33 Tatsuya Ota 34 Nil Ratan Saha 35 Louise Williams 10 Peter F. Stadler 29 Han Wang 27, 28 John S. Taylor 26 Quenton Fontenot 36 Allyse Ferrara 36 Stephen M.J. Searle 13 Bronwen Aken 13, 37 Mark Yandell 11 Igor Schneider 38 Jeffrey A Yoder 39, 40 Jean-Nicolas Volff 20 Axel Meyer 4, 41 Chris T Amemiya 35 Byrappa Venkatesh 19 Peter W.H. Holland 16 Yann Guiguen 8 Julien Bobe 8 Neil H. Shubin 3 Federica Di Palma 10, 42 Jessica Alföldi 10 Kerstin Lindblad-Toh 10, 43 John H. Postlethwait 1
Abstract : As we intended, other researchers have been able to use the draft spotted gar genome sequence available from the Broad Institute website since December 2011, the assembly LepOcu1 publicly available from NCBI since 13 January 2012 under accession code GCA000242695.1, and the Ensembl gene annotation (version 74, December 2013; http://www.ensembl.org/Lepisosteus_oculatus/Info/Annotation) and recent annotation by NCBI on 15 May 2014 guided by RNA sequence data from ten tissues. While this article was in review, a paper (Nature 526, 108–111, 2015) was published that arrives at conclusions similar to some of our own analyses, and we wish to acknowledge that publication, which used our unpublished data and genome annotations, emphasizing the importance of the strategy of early release of sequence data. The correction has been made to the HTML and PDF versions of the article.
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Ingo Braasch, Andrew R. Gehrke, Jeramiah J. Smith, Kazuhiko Kawasaki, Tereza Manousaki, et al.. Corrigendum: The spotted gar genome illuminates vertebrate evolution and facilitates human-teleost comparisons. Nature Genetics, Nature Publishing Group, 2016, 48 (6), pp.700-700. ⟨hal-01594468⟩

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