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Correction: Functional Analysis of BRCA1 M1628V Variant
  1. Marcelo A. Carvalho (carvalma{at}moffitt.usf.edu)
  1. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, United States
    1. Alvaro N.A. Monteiro (monteian{at}moffitt.usf.edu)
    1. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, United States

      Abstract

      In a recent paper on functional classification of BRCA1 alleles of unknown clinical significance we reported that variant M1628V presented markedly reduced activity in a transcriptional assay, which suggested that it represented a deleterious variant. During the course of additional experiments we noticed that our constructs included a deletion that was overlooked leading to a truncated protein. Therefore, we generated new constructs and repeated the transcription assays. Contrary to what was reported this variant displayed ~80% of the wild type activity suggesting that it corresponds to a neutral variant. We regret this error and apologize for any confusion or inconvenience it may have caused.

      • BRCA1
      • breast cancer
      • functional analysis
      • transcription
      • unclassified variants

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