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Sci. STKE, 4 December 2001
[DOI: 10.1126/stke.2001.111.re19]


The text of the Review by Donald W. Hilgemann had three errors. In the section entitled "PIP2: Gregarious But Not Promiscous", a phrase in the third paragraph was unclear and corrected to read the following: "PIP2 is a trivalent ion at pH7. On the basis of electrostatic interactions alone, it will bind to polyvalent cationic sites with about 100-times higher affinity than monovalent phospholipids will bind to the same sites."

Additionally, references 29 and 30 were incorrect and have been updated to the following:

29. D. W. Hilgemann, A. Collins, The mechanism of sodium-calcium exchange stimulation by ATP in giant cardiac membrane patches: Possible role of aminophospholipid translocase. J. Physiol. 454, 59-82 (1992).

30. D. W. Hilgemann, R. Ball, Regulation of cardiac Na+,Ca2+ exchange and KATP potassium channels by PIP2. Science 273, 956-959 (1996).

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