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Saturday, October 15
1:30
PM
–3:30
PM
Concurrent Platform Session D (68-77)
(SESSION 71, continued)
276
/3:15
Recurrent 450 kb deletions in 2q21.1,
including brain specific
ARHGEF4
, in patients with
ADHD, epilepsy, and neurobehavioral abnormalities.
P. Stankiewicz, A. V. Dharmadhikari, P. Szafranski, J. P.
Phillips III, V. Hannig, M. Williams, P. I. Bader, S. S.
Vinson, A. A. Wilfong, W. J. Craigen, A. Patel, W. Bi, J.
R. Lupski, S. W. Cheung, S.-H. L. Kang.
Cameras and all other recording devices are
strictly prohibited
in all session rooms. Thank you for your cooperati
Saturday, October 15
1:30
PM
–3:30
PM
Concurrent Platform Session D (68-77
SESSION 72 – Complex Traits II: Genome-Wide
Association Studies
Room 520, Level 5, Convention Center
Moderators:
Claire Bellis, Texas Biomed. Res. Inst.,
USA; Harald Goring, Texas Biomed. Res. Inst., USA
277
/1:30
Genome-wide association study of TB i
the South African Colored population:
Comprehensive gene and pathway-based
association study.
R. E. C. Emile Chimusa, M. M.
Marlo Möller, E. G. H. Eileen G. Hoal, N. M. Nicola
Mulder.
278
/1:45
Use of a large pedigree from the geneti
isolate of Norfolk Island to localize a novel X
chromosomal migraine susceptibility locus.
L. R.
Griffiths, B. Maher, H. Cox, L. M. Haupt, C. Bellis, J.
Blangero, J. Curran, R. A. Lea.
279
/2:00
Novel loci identified by the largest
genome-wide association study of lupus to date.
Bentham, D. L. Morris, M. E. Alarcón-Riquelme, V.
Anand, A. M. Delgado-Vega, P. R. Fortin, J. Martín,
L. Pinder, J. D. Rioux, J. E. Wither, D. S. Cunningha
Graham, T. J. Vyse, CaNIOS-GenES, BIOLUPUS.
280
/2:15
Independent rare and common variants
underly association signals for celiac disease.
G.
Trynka, K. A. Hunt, J. Romanos, L. Franke, Coeliac
Disease Genetics Consortium, WTCCC, S. Onengut-
Gumuscu, R. H. Duerr, P. Deloukas, V. Plagnol, D. A.
van Heel, C. Wijmenga.
281
/2:30
Targeted sequencing of coding regions
implicated via GWAS discovers novel rare causal
mutations influencing inflammatory bowel diseas
M. A. Rivas, M. Beaudoin, A. Gardet, C. Stevens, Y.
Sharma, F. Kuruvilla, D. Ellinghaus, M. Dubinsky, S.
Brant, R. H. Duerr, D. Altshuler, S. Gabriel, G. Lettre,
Franke, M. D’Amato, D. P. B. McGovern, J. H. Cho,
D. Rioux, R. J. Xavier, M. J. Daly, NIDDK and
International IBD Genetics Consortium.
282
/2:45
Genetic pleiotropy in the inflammation-
related quantitative trait loci.
Y. Okada, A. Takaha
M. Kubo, Y. Nakamura, K. Yamamoto, N. Kamatani.
283
/3:00
Novel loci identified for osteoarthritis.
K.
Panoutsopoulou on behalf of arcOGEN Consortium
and replication studies.
284
/3:15
Genome-wide association study finds 9
susceptibility loci for Dupuytren’s disease and
suggests a major role for WNT-signaling.
G. H. C.
G. Dolmans, P. M. N. Werker, H. C. Hennies, D.
Furniss, E. A. Festen, L. Franke, K. Becker, P. van d
Vlies, B. H. Wolffenbuttel, S. Tinschert, M. R. Toliat,
Nothnagel, A. Franke, N. Klopp, H.-E. Wichmann, P.
Nürnberg, H. Giele, R. A. Ophoff, C. Wijmenga.