Screening of a Large Cohort of Leber Congenital Amaurosis and Retinitis Pigmentosa Patients Identifies Novel LCA5 Mutations and New Genotype–Phenotype Correlations

Authors

  • Donna S. Mackay,

  • Arundhati Dev Borman,

  • Ruifang Sui,

  • L. Ingeborgh van den Born,

  • Eliot L. Berson,

  • Louise A. Ocaka,

  • Alice E. Davidson,

  • John R. Heckenlively,

  • Kari Branham,

  • Huanan Ren,

  • Irma Lopez,

  • Maleeha Maria,

  • Maleeha Azam,

  • Arjen Henkes,

  • Ellen Blokland,

  • LCA5 Study Group (see Acknowledgments for Universities):,

  • [Sten Andreasson,

  • Elfride de Baere,

  • Jean Bennett,

  • Gerald J. Chader,

  • Wolfgang Berger,

  • Irina Golovleva,

  • Jacquie Greenberg,

  • Anneke I. den Hollander,

  • Caroline C.W. Klaver,

  • B. Jeroen Klevering,

  • Birgit Lorenz,

  • Markus N. Preising,

  • Raj Ramesar,

  • Lisa Roberts,

  • Ronald Roepman,

  • Klaus Rohrschneider,

  • Bernd Wissinger],

  • Raheel Qamar,

  • Andrew R. Webster,

  • Frans P.M. Cremers,

  • Anthony T. Moore,

  • Robert K. Koenekoop

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Screening of a Large Cohort of Leber Congenital Amaurosis and Retinitis Pigmentosa Patients Identifies Novel LCA5 Mutations and New Genotype–Phenotype Correlations Volume 34, Issue 11, 1537–1546, Article first published online: 17 September 2013

The original article to which this Erratum refers was published in Human Mutation 34(11): 1537–1546 (10.1002/humu.22398). The article contained an error in an author name. The corrected author list is presented here.

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