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Erratum to: ‘Genomic structure and marker-derived gene networks for growth and meat quality traits of Brazilian Nelore beef cattle’

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The original article was published in BMC Genomics 2016 17:235

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Unfortunately, the original version of this article [1] contained an error. Table 2 values were included incorrectly. The correct values can be found below. These values should also be indicated under the “Data inspection” subsection, first paragraph found under “Gene networks for growth and meat quality traits” section:

Table 2 Trait data and GWAS results information

“…higher estimates were observed for rib eye area (REA; h2 = 0.473), total carcass weight (TCW; h2 = 0.254) and back fat thickness (BFT; h2 = 0.154). There was a negative correlation between BFT and REA (-0.604) and between BFT and TCW (-0.632) and a strong positive correlation between TCW and REA (0.762) which makes biological sense indicating that the data is consistent.”

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    Mudadu MA, Porto-Neto LR, Mokry FB, Tizioto PC, Oliveira PS, Tullio RR, Nassu RT, Niciura SC, Tholon P, Alencar MM, Higa RH, Rosa AN, Feijó GL, Ferraz AL, Silva LO, Medeiros SR, Lanna DP, Nascimento ML, Chaves AS, Souza AR, Packer IU, Torres RA Jr, Siqueira F, Mourão GB, Coutinho LL, Reverter A, Regitano LC. Genomic structure and marker-derived gene networks for growth and meat quality traits of Brazilian Nelore beef cattle. BMC Genomics. 2016;17(1):235. doi:10.1186/s12864-016-2535-3.

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Correspondence to Maurício A. Mudadu.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s12864-016-2535-3.

Irineu U. Packer is deceased.

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