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Aging (Albany NY). 2017 July; 9(7): 1844–1846.
Published online 2017 July 7. doi:  10.18632/aging.101260
PMCID: PMC5559176

Correction: The complex genetics of gait speed: genome-wide meta-analysis approach

Original article: Aging (Albany NY) 2017; 9(1): 209-246.

PMCID: PMC 5310665 PMID: 28077804 DOI: 10.18632/aging.101151

Please check the link to the original paper: http://www.aging-us.com/article/101151/text

Present: Due to proofreading oversight, there is a mistake (marked in bold) in the last paragraph before DISCUSSION on page 219

Applying HaploReg v4.1 analysis to the 536 variants resulted in 9 categories (Supplementary Table 8): miscRNA (1 variant); snoRNA (2 variants); microRNA (4 variants); snRNA (9 variants); pseudogenes (14 variants); sequencing in progress (43 variants); LINC RNA (86 variants); and 372 variants within protein coding genes. In addition, some variants annotate to the same gene resulting in a total of 139 genes (protein-coding or non-coding). Of those genes, 6 are exceptionally long, containing over a million base-pairs, the longest of which is PTPRD coded by 2298477bp. The shortest genes are the ones coding for micro (MIR3143) or small nuclear (U7) RNAs at 63bp each. There is only partial information regarding the chromatin state of each variant. However, from the information gathered in the analysis we observed 14 transcription start sites and 245 enhancers (Supplementary Table 8).

Corrected: The corrected text is provided below.

Applying HaploReg v4.1 analysis to the 536 variants resulted in 9 categories (Supplementary Table 8): miscRNA (1 variant); snoRNA (2 variants); microRNA (4 variants); snRNA (9 variants); pseudogenes (14 variants); sequencing in progress (43 variants); LINC RNA (86 variants); and 372 variants within protein coding genes. In addition, some variants annotate to the same gene resulting in a total of 139 genes (protein-coding or non-coding). Of those genes, 6 are exceptionally long, containing over a million base-pairs, the longest of which is PTPRT coded by1117219bp. The shortest genes are the ones coding for micro (MIR3143) or small nuclear (U7) RNAs at 63bp each. There is only partial information regarding the chromatin state of each variant. However, from the information gathered in the analysis we observed 14 transcription start sites and 245 enhancers (Supplementary Table 8).

The authors sincerely apologize for this error.


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