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Mapping of the minimal inorganic phosphate transporting unit of human PiT2 suggests a structure universal to PiT-related proteins from all kingdoms of life

Pernille Bøttger and Lene Pedersen*

BMC Biochemistry 2011, 12:21  doi:10.1186/1471-2091-12-21

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Correction in legend to Additional File 1

Pernille B��ttger   (2011-09-23 13:11)  Aarhus University email

Please notice that the line:
H. sapiens PiT2 TM 9 (sequence G571-S593) and H. sapiens PiT1 TM 9 (sequence G599-S521) are suggested to be homologous to the TM 9 predicted in RPHO-1 R. norvegicus (human PiT1 ortholog) protein sequence G601-S623 [Swiss-Prot:Q9JJP0] using the TMHMM server (data not shown).
Should be replaced by:
H. sapiens PiT2 TM 9 (sequence G571-S593) and H. sapiens PiT1 TM 9 (sequence G599-S621) are suggested to be homologous to the TM 9 predicted in RPHO-1 R. norvegicus (human PiT1 ortholog) protein sequence G601-S623 [Swiss-Prot:Q9JJP0] using the TMHMM server (data not shown).

Competing interests

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