Erratum


Volume 33, Number 4, February 2003, page 677–690, Goujon et al.

Table 1 and Figure 5 in the above paper were printed incorrectly. Below are the correct versions of both.

Table 1.  Bioinformatic analysis of the AtBXL gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana
GeneProtein accession numberChromosomic location
identity with AtBXL1
Percentage of amino acidNumber of Arabidopsis thaliana
EST found in GenBank
Predicted location
  1. Chromosomic location, amino acid percentage identity with AtBXL1, EST representation in cDNA libraries and putative protein targeting are indicated.

AtBXL1BAB09906Chromosome 5, TAC clone K7J810046Extracellular matrix
AtBXL2AAG10624Chromosome 1, BAC clone T14P466.412Extracellular matrix
AtBXL3BAB09531Chromosome 5, BAC clone F17I1456.41Plasma membrane
AtBXL4BAB11424Chromosome 5, P1 clone MUB357.425Extracellular matrix
AtBXL5BAB02547Chromosome 3, P1 clone MMB1247.30Extracellular matrix
AtBXL6T49983Chromosome 5, BAC clone F12B1745.76Plasma membrane
AtBXL7AAF17692Chromosome 1, BAC clone F28K1942.16Plasma membrane
Figure 5.

Expression pattern of AtBX at the mRNA and protein levels in different parts of wild-type Arabidopsis.

(a) Northern blot analysis of RNA from seedlings (Se), leaves (Le), basal part (Sb), and apical part (Sa) of the stem, flowers (Fl), and siliques (Si) hybridized with AtBXL1 and AtBXL4 cDNA probes. Ethidium bromide staining was used as a control for RNA loading.

(b) Beta-xylosidase activity (expressed in mU FI min−1) performed on 5 µg proteins of the soluble (S) and cell wall (CW) fractions of the same plant parts than in (a).

The Publisher and the Author apologies for these errors.

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