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VOLUME 285 (2010) PAGES 7222–7232
Because of clerical errors in preparing the figures, in Fig. 1A, the last portions of the mouse and human TILRR sequences are not aligned with the consensus sequence, and the human form is mislabeled as 716 amino acids (aa). In Fig. 2C (and on page 7227, right column, line 4), the most potent form of the human protein is mislabeled as 710 aa. Supplemental Fig. S1 correctly shows the alignment and the length of the human TILRR protein as 715 aa, with the most potent form, lacking the N-terminal 6 aa, as 709 aa. The amino acid sequence is correct as shown in all figures, and the clerical errors have no impact on any of the results, including the function of the protein, the probes used, or the numbering of the mutants.