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There is a discrepancy in the total number of UK patients and controls between the main text (abstract, patients and methods section) and table 1. The correct numbers are as quoted in table 1—that is, UK RA patients (n=401), UK controls (n=420). The numbers of Indian patients and controls are correct.
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