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607T Development of high-throughput targeted
resequencing array for the diagnosis of hereditary
O. Jarinova, J. Warman, C. Goldsmith, N.
Carson, E. McCready, G. Yoon, S. Baker, A. M. Innes, K.
608T Rare genetic variants in APP, PSEN1, PSEN2,
GRN, APOE and MAPT are associated with familial and
sporadic early- and late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Jin, S. Cervantes, B. Benitez, P. Pastor, A. Goate, C.
609T A Japanese hereditary spastic paraplegia patient
with BSCL2 gene mutation.
M. Kohda, K. Itokawa, T.
Hirata, N. Araki, Y. Okazaki.
610T Evaluation of Parkinson disease risk variants as
J. C. Latourelle, A. Dumitriu, T. C.
Hadzi, T. G. Beach, R. H. Myers.
Statistical Genetics and Genetic
611T Comparison of pathway analysis approaches
using lung cancer GWAS data sets.
G. Fehringer, G. Liu,
L. Briollais, P. Brennan, C. I. Amos, M. R. Spitz, H.
Bickeböller, H.-E. Wichmann, A. Risch, R. J. Hung.
612T Identification of genetic factors that mediate
inter-individual differences in the gut microbiome.
J. K.
Goodrich, J. Bell, T. Spector, A. G. Clark, R. E. Ley.
613T The Kaiser Permanente/UCSF genetic
epidemiology research study on adult health and
aging: High imputation coverage of low frequency
variants using dense genotyping arrays.
T. J. Hoffmann,
M. N. Kvale, Y. Zhan, S. Hesselson, P. Kwok, C. Schaefer,
N. Risch.
614T A meta-analysis of 16 genome-wide association
studies identifies genetic variation in the
gene to
be associated with blood leptin levels independent of
body mass index.
T. O. Kilpeläinen, Q. Sun, Z. Kutalik, K.
Kristiansson, M. Mangino, M. Su, F. Del Greco M., D.
Pasko, T. Tanaka, Y. J. Sung, O. T. Raitakari, L. Perusse,
C. Ohlsson, M. Walker, S. M. Willems, R. H. Myers, J.
Eriksson, V. Salomaa, H. Grallert, R. J. F. Loos for the
Leptin GWAS Consortium.
615T Replication of GWAS signals and association of
novel functional variants for serum uric acid and total
serum bilirubin levels in an Irish population.
Y. Kim, C.
D. Cropp, A. M. Molloy, J. L. Mills, P. N. Kirke, J. M. Scott,
L. C. Brody, J. E. Bailey-Wilson, A. F. Wilson.
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616T Exploration of pleiotropic effects of
inflammation-related disease GWAS SNPs with C-
reactive protein levels in the PAGE study.
J. D.
Kocarnik, S. A. Pendergrass, C. Carty, J. Pankow, F.
Schumacher, I. Cheng, P. Durda, N. Cook, S. Liu, J.
Wactawski-Wende, A. LaCroix, B. Jackson, T. Manolio,
Crawford, M. Gross, U. Peters on behalf of PAGE
617T Two-stage multi-locus association analysis:
Collapsing variants with the adjustment for effect
C. Kuo, D. Zaykin.
618T Optimal test for rare variant effects in
sequencing association studies.
S. Lee, M. Wu, X. Li
619T HLA-DRB1 gene and type 1 diabetes: Meta-
Y. Lee, C. Huang, W. Ting, F. Lo, T. Chang.
620T The role of cis-acting genetic modifiers in
phenotypic variability of familial amyloid
polyneuropathy ATTRV30M.
C. Lemos, T. Coelho, J. L
Neto, J. Pinto-Basto, J. Sequeiros, I. Alonso, A. Sousa.
621T Differential call rates in genotype imputation a
their effect on genetic association studies.
N. Liu, B.
622T A nonparametric approach to population-base
association tests.
S. M. Lutz, W. Yip, J. Hokanson, N.
Laird, C. Lange.
623T Comparing the statistical power of joint and
meta-analysis association testing with rare variants.
Ma, M. Boehnke, L. J. Scott.
624T Genome-wide association analysis of rare
variants with Crohn’s disease.
R. Magi, A. P. Morris.
625T Transferability of European fasting glucose
quantitative trait loci to African American population
The Candidate Gene Association Resource (CARe).
B. Meigs, C. T. Liu, J. Dupuis, A. Adeyemo, S. Bielinski,
Borecki, B. Cade, Y. I. Chen, M. Fornage, M. O. Goodar
S. F. A. Grant, X. Guo, T. Harris, L. Kao, E. Kabagambe,
R. Kizer, Y. Liu, J. Nettleton, M. Ng, J. Pankow, S. Patel
E. Ramos, L. Rasmussen-Torvik, S. S. Rich, C. Rotimi,
Siscovick, J. Zmuda, J. C. Florez, J. G. Wilson, D. W.
626T The lipid-associated rs4846914 GALNT2 gene
variant confers a highly elevated risk for type 2
B. Melegh, P. Kisfali, A. Maasz, E. Baricza, B.
Duga, M. Mohas, I. Wittmann, N. Polgar.