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Archived Comments for: An integrative analysis of DNA methylation and RNA-Seq data for human heart, kidney and liver

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  1. (insert statistical method here)

    Daniel Mietchen, EvoMRI Communications

    23 July 2012

    Why is this phrase in the published abstract?

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    I work on providing the scientific literature with a public version history.

  2. Error in published abstract

    Tim Sands, BioMed Central

    23 July 2012

    Thank you for alerting us to this problem. A correction to this abstract has been requested from the authors. The statistical methods used are described in the main article. BioMed Central regrets that this omission was not picked up prior to publication.

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    None declared

  3. Editor's Note - Error in published abstract

    Simon Harold PhD, Biomed Central Ltd

    13 August 2012

    On 23/7/12 it was brought to our attention that an error had appeared in the published version of the Abstract of this article. The original first line of the Results section read:

    "In this study, we have used (insert statistical method here) to compile unique DNA methylation signatures from normal human heart, lung, and kidney using the Illumina Infinium 27K methylation arrays and compared those to gene expression by RNA sequencing."

    This was subsequently corrected on 24/7/12 to the following:

    "In this study, we compiled unique DNA methylation signatures from normal human heart, lung, and kidney using the Illumina Infinium 27K methylation arrays and compared those to gene expression by RNA sequencing."

    BioMed Central would like to thank all our readers who highlighted this error, and would like to apologise for any confusion caused by this mistake.

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    None declared

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