Corrigendum to: Bioinformatic Identification of Rare Codon Clusters (RCCs) in HBV Genome and Evaluation of RCCs in Proteins Structure of Hepatitis B Virus

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Seyed Moayed Alavian 1 , *

1 Professor of GI & Hepatology, MELD Center, Tehran, Iran

How to Cite: Alavian S M. Corrigendum to: Bioinformatic Identification of Rare Codon Clusters (RCCs) in HBV Genome and Evaluation of RCCs in Proteins Structure of Hepatitis B Virus, Hepat Mon. 2019 ; 19(11):e99558. doi: 10.5812/hepatmon.99558.

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Hepatitis Monthly: 19 (11); e99558
Published Online: November 16, 2019
Article Type: Corrections
Received: November 13, 2019
Accepted: November 13, 2019
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This corrects the article Bioinformatic Identification of Rare Codon Clusters (RCCs) in HBV Genome and Evaluation of RCCs in Proteins Structure of Hepatitis B Virus.
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This Correction states that two authors will be added to the list of authors of the primary article (ID: 15667, link: https://hepatmon.com/en/articles/15667.html). Based on the official and definite decision made by the Ethics Department of Legal Medicine Organization of Iran, Tehran, IR Iran and approval of Iran National Committee for Ethics in Biomedical Research (http://ethics.research.ac.ir/), it is cleared for the editorial board of the journal that the corresponding author (Abdorrasoul Malekpour) made this fault and two claimants authors (Mohammad Fazel Soltani and Morteza Hadizadeh) had the authorship criteria. To read more about the definite decision by the Legal Medicine Organization of Iran, please read below translation of the original letter (in Persian) [Ticket #401994]. Agreement of authors to add two new authors were obtained [Ticket #403497].

Therefore authors of the mentioned article are changed to:

● Old Authors:

Mojtaba Mortazavi, Mohammad Zarenezhad, Saeid Gholamzadeh, Seyed Moayed Alavian, Mohammad Ghorbani, Reza Dehghani, Abdorrasoul Malekpour, Mohammadhasan Meshkibaf, Ali Fakhrzad

● New Authors:

Mohammad Fazel Soltani, Morteza Hadizadeh

------------------------------Official Translation------------------------------------------

From: Dr. Abbas Masjedi, CHief & Director of Legal Medicine Organization of Iran, Tehran, IR Iran

To: Prof. SM Alavian, editor in chief, Hepatitis Monthly

Subject: Authorship criteria of two claimants on the article published with ID: 15669 in Hepatitis Monthly

This is to certify that based on the final and definite decision made by the Ethics department of Legal Medicine Organization of Iran, Tehran, IR Iran and following all documents and reports provided from "Iran National Committee for Ethics in Biomedical Research" (http://ethics.research.ac.ir/) as well as interviews with both parties and reviewing all documents, it is cleared that two claimants (MF Soltani and M Hadizadeh) had the authorship criteria in the mentioned publication. Besides, the corresponding author (A Malekpour) accepted his fault in this ethical malpractice and agreed to add their names in a correction article which will be linked to the primary article.

Kind Regards,

Prof. Seyed-Moayed Alavian,

Editor-in-Chief

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