Corrections and Clarifications

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Science  07 Feb 1997:
Vol. 275, Issue 5301, pp. 737-741
DOI: 10.1126/science.275.5301.737f

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In a Random Samples item “More private funding for Alzheimer's” (3 Jan., p 35), Marcelle Morrison-Bogorad's affiliation was incorrectly stated. She is at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

Wade Roush's Research News article “Fly sex drive traced to fru gene” (13 Dec., p. 1836) should have noted that Don Gailey led a 1991 study on the role of the fru gene in regulating a fruit fly muscle.

The Perspective “High anxiety” by David Goldman (29 Nov., p. 1483) contained two errors. The last sentence of the first paragraph should have been deleted. In the next sentence, the long allele should have been described as containing a 44-base pair (not amino acid) insertion.

In Jocelyn Kaiser's 8 November News & Comment article “Panel finds EMFs pose no threat” (p. 910), Richard Luben should have been identified as a biochemist.

In column two of the first page of the report “Promotion of mitochondrial membrane complex assembly by a proteolytically inactive yeast Lon” by M. Rep et al., (4 Oct., p. 103), the numbering of the mutagenized serine residue “Ser1040” was incorrect. It should have been “Ser1015.” Throughout the same report, the numbering of the mutated gene “LON S1040A” should have been “LON S1015A.”