Retraction: an African ancestry-specific allele of CTLA4 confers protection against rheumatoid arthritis in African Americans.

James M. Kelley, Laura B. Hughes, Jeffrey D. Faggard, Maria I. Danila, Monica H. Crawford, Yuanqing Edberg, Miguel A. Padilla, Hemant K. Tiwari, Andrew O. Westfall, Graciela S. Alarcón, Doyt L. Conn, Beth L. Jonas, Leigh F. Callahan, Edwin A. Smith, Richard D. Brasington, David B. Allison, Robert P. Kimberly, Larry W. Moreland, Jeffrey C. Edberg, S. Louis Bridges

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Kelley, J. M., Hughes, L. B., Faggard, J. D., Danila, M. I., Crawford, M. H., Edberg, Y., Padilla, M. A., Tiwari, H. K., Westfall, A. O., Alarcón, G. S., Conn, D. L., Jonas, B. L., Callahan, L. F., Smith, E. A., Brasington, R. D., Allison, D. B., Kimberly, R. P., Moreland, L. W., Edberg, J. C., & Bridges, S. L. (2009). Retraction: an African ancestry-specific allele of CTLA4 confers protection against rheumatoid arthritis in African Americans. PLoS genetics, 5(12). https://doi.org/10.1371/annotation/80bd7285-9d2d-403a-8e6f-9c375bf977ca