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Correction: Membranes linked by trans-SNARE complexes require lipids prone to non-bilayer structure for progression to fusion

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Cite this article as: eLife 2015;4:e08843 doi: 10.7554/eLife.08843

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Zick M, Stroupe C, Orr A, Douville D, Wickner WT. 2014. Membranes linked by trans-SNARE complexes require lipids prone to non-bilayer structure for progression to fusion. eLife 3:e01879. doi: 10.7554/eLife.01879

Published 4 March 2014

During preparation of the manuscript files, a systematic error was introduced in columns 2 and 3 of Table 1 (http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.01879.004), in which the numbers should read 104 instead of 105.

The corrected Table 1 is shown below:

Corrected Table 1

ProteinMolar ratio of lipid: protein in RPL reactions*Molar ratio of lipid: protein on vacuolesRatio (RPLs/vacuoles) of molar protein: lipid ratios in std. reactions†
BJ3505DKY6218
Vam7p2 × 10330 × 1046.5 × 1047 × 101
Vam3p2 × 10311 × 10422 × 1047 × 101
Vti1p2 × 10310 × 10413 × 1045 × 101
Nyv1p2 × 1034.3 × 1048.1 × 1043 × 101
Ypt7p4 × 1031.9 × 1041.8 × 1040.5 × 101
Sec17p7 × 10341 × 10413 × 1043 × 101
Sec18p1 × 10310 × 10413 × 10410 × 101
Vps33p6 × 10317 × 10431 × 1043 × 101

The originally published version of Table 1 is also shown for reference:

Original Table 1

ProteinMolar ratio of lipid: protein in RPL reactions*Molar ratio of lipid: protein on vacuolesRatio (RPLs/vacuoles) of molar protein: lipid ratios in std. reactions†
BJ3505DKY6218
Vam7p2 × 10330 × 1056.5 × 1057 × 101
Vam3p2 × 10311 × 10522 × 1057 × 101
Vti1p2 × 10310 × 10513 × 1055 × 101
Nyv1p2 × 1034.3 × 1058.1 × 1053 × 101
Ypt7p4 × 1031.9 × 1051.8 × 1050.5 × 101
Sec17p7 × 10341 × 10513 × 1053 × 101
Sec18p1 × 10310 × 10513 × 10510 × 101
Vps33p6 × 10317 × 10531 × 1053 × 101

The article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. Michael Zick

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  2. Christopher Stroupe

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  3. Amy Orr

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  4. Deborah Douville

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  5. William T Wickner

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