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Erratum to: Molecular characterization and classification of Trypanosoma spp. Venezuelan isolates based on microsatellite markers and kinetoplast maxicircle genes

  • E. Sánchez1,
  • T. Perrone1,
  • G. Recchimuzzi2,
  • I. Cardozo1,
  • N. Biteau3,
  • P. M. Aso2,
  • A. Mijares1,
  • T. Baltz3,
  • D. Berthier4,
  • L. Balzano-Nogueira5 and
  • M. I. Gonzatti2Email author
Parasites & Vectors20158:566

https://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-015-1177-7

Received: 25 October 2015

Accepted: 25 October 2015

Published: 29 October 2015

The original article was published in Parasites & Vectors 2015 8:536

Unfortunately, the original version of this article [1] contained an error. Figure 1 in the original article, corresponded to the first coinertia analysis that was carried out with no data on the procyclin PE repeats for the T. brucei brucei strains. After including these data, the coinertia analysis was modified both in the directionality of the arrows in the Y Hyperspace and in the biplot generated by the interaction of the two coinertia axes. The modified coinertia analysis is included in Fig. 1.
Fig. 1

Coinertia analysis by the Hill-Smith method combining microsatellites and Procyclin PE repeats. a and b scatterplots represent the coefficients of the combinations of the variables for each data matrix to define the coinertia axes. Separate analyses find axes maximizing inertia in each hyperspace. These axes are projected in the scatterplot (c) on which the Trypanosoma spp. isolates and reference strains are also projected. The beginning of the arrows is the position of the isolate described by the microsatellite data matrix and the end of the arrow is the position of the isolate described by the procyclin PE repeats. Arrows of the same species were grouped in ellipses of 95 % of variance observed, identifying three groups: T. evansi (red), T. brucei brucei (green) and T. equiperdum (blue). T. evansi and T. equiperdum isolates that fell outside the major groups were not used to calculate the confidence ellipses. The analysis explained 53.68 % in the microsatellites hyperspace and 22.16 % in the Procyclin PE repeats hyperspace of the observed inertia with a Rv Escoufier similarity coefficient of 0.424415. C05: TeAp-Cedral05; C12:TeAp-Cedral12; T03: TeGu-Terecay03; F01: TeAp-ElFrio01; M01: TeAp-Mantecal01; T23: TeGu-Terecay323; T01: TeGu-Terecay01; TND: TeAp-N/D1; GND: TeGu-N/D1; E9: E9/CO; 87: 2187; 91: 2191; A: A; do: dog; eq: equi; co: coati; SH: SH; ZJ: ZJ; NJ: NJ; GX: GX; JX: JX; TC: TC; ET: ET; 80: KETRI 2480; OV: STIB841/OVI; B1: BoTat-1.1; BJ: BJ; 5.1: AnTat-5/1; 55: LM 55; 18: LM 118; 84: LM 184; 25: LM 225; P10: KP10; 130: PTAG 130 (IPR-01130); P2: KP2; Di1: DiTat-1; B8: B8/18; W3: SW3/87; W4: SW4/87; W: SW 161/87; B45: STIB 345; B77: STIB-777.AE; 1.1: AnTat-1/1; 427: EATRO-427; B47: STIB247.LFB; B48: STIB348

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Laboratorio de Fisiología de Parásitos. Centro de Biofísica y Bioquímica, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas
(2)
Grupo de Bioquímica e Inmunología de Hemoparásitos. Departamento de Biología Celular, Universidad Simón Bolívar
(3)
Laboratoire de Microbiologie Fondamentale et Pathogénicité, Université Bordeaux. UMR-CNRS 5234
(4)
CIRAD, UMR InterTryp
(5)
Laboratorio de Biometría y Estadística, Área de Agricultura y Soberanía Alimentaria, Instituto de Estudios Avanzados

Reference

  1. Sánchez E, Perrone T, Recchimuzzi G, Cardozo I, Biteau N, Aso PM, et al. Molecular characterization and classification of Trypanosoma spp. Venezuelan isolates based on microsatellite markers and kinetoplast maxicircle genes. Parasites and Vectors. 2015;8:536.PubMed CentralView ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar

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