Erratum: Profiling PI3K-AKT-MTOR variants in focal brain malformations reveals new insights for diagnostic care ( Brain (2022) 145:3 (925–938) DOI: 10.1093/brain/awab376)

Filomena Pirozzi, Matt R Berkseth, Rylee Shear, Lorenzo Gonzalez, Andrew E. Timms, Josef Sulc, Emily Pao, Nora Oyama, Francesca Forzano, Valerio Conti, Renzo Guerrini, Emily S. Doherty, Sulagna C. Saitta, Christina M. Lockwood, Colin C. Pritchard, William B. Dobyns, Edward Novotny, Jason N.N. Wright, Russell P. Saneto, Seth FriedmanJason Hauptman, Jeffrey Ojemann, Raj P. Kapur, Ghayda M. Mirza

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In the originally published version of this manuscript, Figure 3 had errors and should appear: (Figure Presented)Instead of (Figure Presented)The second and third sentences of the legend to Figure 3 should read: “Notably, only FCD and HMEG/DMEG cases were positive for the six hotspots tested, while none of the MCD or ‘other’ diagnoses were positive for these variants. The solve rate was 81.81% in DMEG/HMEG (9 out of 11 cases), with a majority of PIK3CA mutations. In contrast, FCD had a solve rate of 24.24% (8 out of 33 cases) with a higher frequency of MTOR mutations.” instead of: “Notably, only FCD and HMEG/DMEG cases were positive for the six positive hotspots tested, while none of the MCD or ‘other’ diagnoses were positive for these variants. The frequency of PIK3CA mutations was higher in DMEG/HMEG with a solve rate of 81.81%. In contrast, FCD had higher frequency of MTOR mutations (9/11 cases) with an overall solve rate of 24.24%.” The authors apologize for errors in Fig. 3A and the corresponding legend. These have been corrected in the article online.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)E7-E8
JournalBrain
Volume146
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2023

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