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Friday, October 14
4:15
PM
–6:15
PM
Concurrent Platform Session C (51-60)
(SESSION 51, continued)
169
/5:45
Common variation at the
C19orf62
and
ZNF365
loci is associated with breast and ovarian
cancer risk in
BRCA1
and
BRCA2
mutation
carriers.
F. J. Couch, M. M. Gaudet, A. C. Antoniou,
S. J. Ramus, K. Kuchenbaecker, P. Soucy, J. Beesley,
X. Wang, T. Kirchhoff, L. McGuffog, D. Barrowdale, O.
M. Sinilnikova, D. Goldgar, S. L. Neuhausen, A. Borg,
A. M. Gerdes, T. V. O. Hansen, A. Osorio, I. L.
Andrulis, M. Greene, S. M. Domchek, P. Radice, D. F.
Easton, G. Chenevix-Trench, K. Offit, J. Simard,
CIMBA.
170
/6:00
Admixture mapping identifies regions on
6q25 and 11p15 associated with breast cancer in
U.S. Latinas.
L. Fejerman, G. Chen, S. Huntsman, D.
Hu, A. Williams, B. Pasaniuc, E. M. John, M. Via, C.
Gignoux, S. Ingles, B. E. Henderson, L. Le Merchand,
L. N. Kolonel, G. Torres-Mejia, E. Perez-Stable, E.
Gonzalez Burchard, C. Eng, C. Haiman, E. Ziv.
Cameras and all other recording devices are
strictly prohibited
in all session rooms. Thank you for your cooperation
Friday, October 14
4:15
PM
–6:15
PM
Concurrent Platform Session C (51-60
SESSION 52 – Genomics III: Genome Expression
Room 517BC, Level 5, Convention Center
Moderators:
Tomi Pastinen, McGill Univ., Canada;
Mark Corbett, SA Pathology, North Adelaide, Austral
171
/4:15
Reference transcriptomes for 14
nonhuman primates reveals cross-species and
species-specific isoforms and novel, active RNA
C. E. Mason, A. Akalin, G. Schroth, M. Katze,
Nonhuman Primate Reference Transcriptome
Consortium.
172
/4:30
Massively parallel saturation mutagenes
and functional analysis of mammalian enhancers
R. Patwardhan, J. B. Hiatt, M. J. Kim, D. May, R. P.
Smith, J. Wagner, N. Ahituv, L. Pennacchio, J.
Shendure.
173
/4:45
The role of genetic variation underlying
transcription factor mRNA and protein levels.
R.
Hause, A. L. Stark, N. N. Antao, L. Gorsic, D. F. Gill,
H. Chung, C. D. Brown, K. P. White, M. E. Dolan, R.
Jones.
174
/5:00
Rare and common tissue-specific genet
effects on transcriptome abundance and structur
using next-generation sequencing.
S. B.
Montgomery, M. Gutierrez-Arcelus, T. Lappalainen,
Ongen, A. Buil, A. Nica, I. Padioleau, M. Guipponi,
Makrythanasis, A. Yurosvsky, T. Giger, L. Romano,
Gehrig, E. Falconnet, S. E. Antonarakis, E. T.
Dermitzakis.
175
/5:15
The genetic basis of inter-individual
variation in mRNA decay rates.
A. A. Pai, J. F.
Degner, S. De Leon, N. Lewellen, J. K. Pickrell, J. K.
Pritchard, Y. Gilad.
176
/5:30
Human
cis
-regulatory SNPs altering
transcription factor binding and gene expression.
Adoue, T. Kwan, B. Ge, M. Ouimet, V. Gagne, K.
Gunderson, D. Sinnett, T. Pastinen.
177
/5:45
Genetic variation of gene co-expression
networks in three tissues.
A. Buil, A. K. Hedman,
Small, E. Grundberg, A. C. Nica, T. D. Spector, M. I.
McCarthy, P. Deloukas, E. T. Dermitzakis, MuTHER
Consortium.
178
/6:00
Whole omics profiling reveals medical a
complex molecular phenotypes.
M. Snyder, R. Ch
H. Lam, J. Li-Pook-Than, G. Mias, L. Jiang, K.
Karczewski, F. Dewey, M. Hariharan, S. Hillenmeyer,
Haraksingh, M. O’Huallachain, L. Habbeger, R. Che
M. J. Clark, J. Dudley, S. Balasubramanian, T. Kein,
Altman, A. Butte, E. Ashley, M. Gerstein, H. Tang.