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Correction: Genome-Wide Association Study Identifies Novel Restless Legs Syndrome Susceptibility Loci on 2p14 and 16q12.1

  • Juliane Winkelmann,
  • Darina Czamara,
  • Barbara Schormair,
  • Franziska Knauf,
  • Eva C. Schulte,
  • Claudia Trenkwalder,
  • Yves Dauvilliers,
  • Olli Polo,
  • Birgit Högl,
  • Klaus Berger,
  • Andrea Fuhs,
  • Nadine Gross,
  • Karin Stiasny-Kolster,
  • Wolfgang Oertel,
  • Cornelius G. Bachmann,
  • Walter Paulus,
  • Lan Xiong,
  • Jacques Montplaisir,
  • Guy A. Rouleau,
  • Ingo Fietze,
  • Jana Vávrová,
  • David Kemlink,
  • Karel Sonka,
  • Sona Nevsimalova,
  • Siong-Chi Lin,
  • Zbigniew Wszolek,
  • Carles Vilariño-Güell,
  • Matthew J. Farrer,
  • Viola Gschliesser,
  • Birgit Frauscher,
  • Tina Falkenstetter,
  • Werner Poewe,
  • Richard P. Allen,
  • Christopher J. Earley,
  • William G. Ondo,
  • Wei-Dong Le,
  • Derek Spieler,
  • Maria Kaffe,
  • Alexander Zimprich,
  • Johannes Kettunen,
  • Markus Perola,
  • Kaisa Silander,
  • Isabelle Cournu-Rebeix,
  • Marcella Francavilla,
  • Claire Fontenille,
  • Bertrand Fontaine,
  • Pavel Vodicka,
  • Holger Prokisch,
  • Peter Lichtner,
  • Paul Peppard,
  • Juliette Faraco,
  • Emmanuel Mignot,
  • Christian Gieger,
  • Thomas Illig,
  • H.-Erich Wichmann,
  • Bertram Müller-Myhsok,
  • Thomas Meitinger
  • Published: August 05, 2011
  • DOI: 10.1371/annotation/393ad2d3-df4f-4770-87bc-00bfabf79362

An affiliation and its funding information were omitted from the published paper. Siong-Chi Lin and Zbigniew Wszolek are also affiliated with: Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida, United States of America. Research at the Mayo Clinic Florida was supported by NIH/NINDS P50NS072187 and Mayo Clinic Florida Research Committee CR program.