Correction: Genomic ancestry and education level independently influence abdominal fat distributions in a Brazilian admixed population

PLOS ONE, Apr 2018

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Correction: Genomic ancestry and education level independently influence abdominal fat distributions in a Brazilian admixed population

April Correction: Genomic ancestry and education level independently influence abdominal fat distributions in a Brazilian admixed population The PLOS ONE Staff The following information is missing from the Data Availability section: The dataset is available at the following link: https://figshare.com/articles/PONE-D-17-02552R/5971333. The publisher apologizes for the error. OPEN ACCESS 1. FrancËa GVAd , De Lucia Rolfe E , Horta BL , Gigante DP , Yudkin JS , Ong KK , et al. ( 2017 ) Genomic ancestry and education level independently influence abdominal fat distributions in a Brazilian admixed population . PLoS ONE 12 ( 6): e0179085 . https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone. 0179085 PMID: 28582437


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