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Correction: Race/Ethnicity-Specific Association of Vitamin D and Global DNA Methylation: Cross-Sectional and Interventional Findings

  • Haidong Zhu,
  • Jigar Bhagatwala,
  • Ying Huang,
  • Norman K. Pollock,
  • Samip Parikh,
  • Anas Raed,
  • Bernard Gutin,
  • Gregory A. Harshfield,
  • Yanbin Dong

Correction: Race/Ethnicity-Specific Association of Vitamin D and Global DNA Methylation: Cross-Sectional and Interventional Findings

  • Haidong Zhu, 
  • Jigar Bhagatwala, 
  • Ying Huang, 
  • Norman K. Pollock, 
  • Samip Parikh, 
  • Anas Raed, 
  • Bernard Gutin, 
  • Gregory A. Harshfield, 
  • Yanbin Dong
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There is an error in the fifth sentence of the fourth paragraph of the Discussion. The correct sentence is: However this is not unexpected since over 97% of the Caucasians were vitamin D sufficient, whereas 66% of African Americans were vitamin D deficient.

There is an error in the caption for Fig 1, "Changes in global methylation in response to 16 week vitamin D3 supplementation (placebo, 600 IU/d, 2,000 IU/d, or 4,000 IU/d)." Please see the complete, correct Fig 1 caption here.

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Fig 1. Changes in global methylation in response to 16 week vitamin D3 supplementation (placebo, 600 IU/d, 2,000 IU/d, or 4,000 IU/d).

Data represent mean ± SE. p trend <0.04.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0162582.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Zhu H, Bhagatwala J, Huang Y, Pollock NK, Parikh S, Raed A, et al. (2016) Race/Ethnicity-Specific Association of Vitamin D and Global DNA Methylation: Cross-Sectional and Interventional Findings. PLoS ONE 11(4): e0152849. pmid:27049643