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    Change in adiposity indicators in 254 school-age boys from Bogotá, Colombia, according to quartiles of LINE-1 DNA methylation.

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    1<p>For a test of linear trend when a variable that represented the median value of each quartile was introduced into a linear regression model as a continuous predictor (Wald test).</p>2<p>According to the World Health Organization growth reference for children 5–19 years <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0062587#pone.0062587-deOnis2" target="_blank">[30]</a>.</p>3<p>Values are means ± SD.</p>4<p>Values are means ± SE.</p>5<p>Adjusted for baseline age and socioeconomic status.</p>6<p>Age-standardized using the LMS method with data for boys 5–16 years of age in NHANES III <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0062587#pone.0062587-1" target="_blank">[32]</a>.</p>7<p>Subscapular-to-tricipital skinfold thickness ratio.</p

    Characteristics of 553 school-age children from Bogotá, Colombia by quartiles of LINE-1 methylation<sup>1</sup>.

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    1<p>Values are mean ± SD unless otherwise noted.</p>2<p>Total is <553 due to missing values.</p>3<p>According to the World Health Organization 2007 growth reference for children 5–19 years <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0062587#pone.0062587-deOnis2" target="_blank">[30]</a>.</p>4<p>Stratum 1 of a maximum of 4, according to the local government classification for tax and planning purposes.</p

    Change in height-for-age in 553 school-age children from Bogotá, Colombia, according to quartiles of LINE-1 DNA methylation<sup>1</sup>.

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    1<p>Height-for-age Z-scores were determined using the World Health Organization growth reference for children 5–19 years <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0062587#pone.0062587-deOnis2" target="_blank">[30]</a>.</p>2<p>For a test of linear trend when a variable that represented quartiles was introduced into a linear regression model as a continuous predictor (Wald test).</p>3<p>Values are mean ± SD.</p>4<p>Values are mean ± SE.</p>5<p>Adjusted for baseline age and socioeconomic status.</p
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