In the article entitled “Novel SOX2 Mutations and Genotype-Phenotype Correlation in Anophthalmia and Microphthalmia” by Schneider et al. [Am J Med Genet 149A:2706–2715], in Table II there was an error in the assignment of the abbreviations EA (esophageal atresia) and EN (endocrine anomalies).
The following patients have EA: c.60insG, c.70del17(1), c.70del20(2), c.163C>T, Deletion(6), and c.221G>C. The following patients have EN: c.53C>A, c.60insG, c.70del20(4), c.70del20(7), c.181C>T, c.387delC, c.479delA, c.480insA, c.487ins2, c.529c>T(3), e.551delC(1), c.551delC(2), c.69ins3, Deletion(1), Deletion(4), Deletion(8), c.224T>A, and c.571G>A.
The authors apologize for the errors.