Corrigendum: Genetic variation in the prostate stem cell antigen gene PSCA confers susceptibility to urinary bladder cancer

@article{Wu2009CorrigendumGV,
  title={Corrigendum: Genetic variation in the prostate stem cell antigen gene PSCA confers susceptibility to urinary bladder cancer},
  author={Xifeng Wu and Yuanqing Ye and Lambertus A. Kiemeney and Patrick Sulem and Thorunn Rafnar and Giuseppe Matullo and Daniela Seminara and Teruhiko Yoshida and Norihisa Saeki and Angeline S. Andrew and Colin P. N. Dinney and Bogdan A Czerniak and Zuo-Feng Zhang and Anne E. Kiltie and D. Timothy Bishop and Paolo Vineis and Stefano Porru and Frank Buntinx and Eliane Kellen and Maurice P. A. Zeegers and Rajiv Kumar and P{\'e}ter Rudnai and Eugen Stelian Gurzău and Kvetoslava Koppov{\'a} and Jos{\'e} Ignacio Mayordomo and Manuel Sanchez and Berta Saez and Annika Lindblom and Petra J. de Verdier and Gunnar Steineck and Gordon B. Mills and Alan R. Schned and Shen‐Chih Chang and Jie Lin and David W. Chang and Katherine Stemke Hale and Tadeusz Majewski and Herbert Barton Grossman and Steinunn Thorlacius and Unnur Thorsteinsd{\'o}ttir and Katja K. H. Aben and Johannes Alfred Witjes and K{\'a}ri Stef{\'a}nsson and Christopher I. Amos and Margaret R. Karagas and Jian Gu},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={2009},
  volume={41},
  pages={1156-1156}
}
Nat. Genet. 41, 991–995 (2009); published online 2 August; corrected online 23 August 2009 In the version of this article initially published online, Simonetta Guarrera and Silvia Polidoro were inadvertently omitted from the author list, and an affiliation was omitted for Paolo Vineis. These errors have been corrected in all versions of this article. 
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