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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
Friday, November 9
4:30
PM
–6:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session E (59-67)
(
SESSION 60, continued)
346
/6:00
Mutations in
DNAJ
cause autosomal
dominant Parkinson disease in the Mennonite
community.
C. Vilarino-Guell, A. Rajput, S. Appel-
Cresswell, B. Shah, I. Yu, C. Thompson, C. Szu Tu, J.
Trinh, M. Encarnacion, D. W. Dickson, A. J. Stoessl, M.
L. Rajput, M. J. Farrer, A. H. Rajput.
347
/6:15
C9ORF72
repeat expansion is a risk factor
for Parkinson disease.
K. Nuytemans, G. Bademci,
M. M. Kohli, G. Beecham, V. Inchausti, A. Dressen,
L. Wang, J. I. Young, F. Nahab, C. Singer, E. R. Martin,
J. R. Gilbert, M. Benatar, J. L. Haines, W. K. Scott,
S. Zuchner, M. A. Pericak-Vance, J. M. Vance.
348
/6:30
Age-dependent penetrance of ALS+/-FTD
due to
C9orf72
hexanucleotide intronic repeat
expansion mutations.
B. N. Smith, S. Topp,
J. Barnwell, A. Al-Chalabi, J. Kirby, P. J. Shaw, H. Pall,
K. E. Morrison, V. de Jong, F. Bass, C. E. Shaw,
C. M. Lewis.
Friday, November 9
4:30
PM
–6:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session E (59-67)
SESSION 61 – Missing Heritability, Interactions and
Sequencing
Room 135, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Dana Crawford, Vanderbilt Univ.;
Alkes Price, Harvard Sch. of Publ. Hlth.
349
/4:30
Empirical and theoretical studies on
genetic variance of rare variants for complex traits
using whole genome sequencing in the CHARGE
Consortium.
C. Zhu, A. Morrison, J. Reid, C. J.
O’Donnell, B. Psaty, L. A. Cupples, R. Gibbs, E.
Boerwinkle, X. Liu.
350
/4:45
Leveraging admixture analysis to resolve
missing and cross-population heritability in GWAS.
N. Zaitlen, A. Gusev, B. Pasaniuc, G. Bhatia, S.
Pollack, A. Tandon, E. Stahl, R. Do, B. Vilhjalmsson, E.
Akylbekova, A. Cupples, M. Fornage, L. Kao, L. Lange,
S. Musani, G. Papanicolaou, J. Rotter, I. Ruczinksi,
D. Siscovick, X. Zhu, S. McCarroll, G. Lettre,
J. Hirschhorn, N. Patterson, D. Reich, J. Wilson,
S. Kathiresan, A. Price, CARe Analysis Core.
351
/5:00
Applying a quantitative genetics test of
evolutionary neutrality to finger ridge-count, a
classical model trait in humans.
S. E. Medland,
P. M. Visscher, G. W. Montgomery, D. M. Evans,
N. G. Martin.
352
/5:15
Does common variation contribute to the
shared genetic basis for schizophrenia and autism?
P. H. Lee, S. Ripke, S. Santangelo, M. Daly, Psychiatric
GWAS Consortium - Schizophrenia & Autism Working
Group.
353
/5:30
Ultrafast genome-wide interaction scan
on case-control data implicates epistatic calcium
channels in bipolar disorder.
S. Prabhu, I. Pe’er.
354
/5:45
Computational challenges in the analysis
of low coverage sequence data in thousands of
individuals.
Y. Luo, L. Jostins, C. A. Anderson, J. C.
Barrett, UK10K, UKIBDGC.
355
/6:00
Sparse sequencing of 6,000 cases and
6,000
controls from Chinese women for genome-
wide association study of major depression.
X. Gan, R. Mott, J. Flint, CONVERGE Consortium.
356
/6:15
Deep targeted sequencing of 12 breast
cancer loci in 4,700 women across four different
ethnicities.
P. Kraft, S. Lindstrom, B. Chapman,
G. Chen, C. Chen, O. Hofman, D. Mirel, C. Haiman.
357
/6:30
Population stratification of human
disease-associated SNPs, and their relevance to
human disease networks.
S. M. Raj, G. E. Hoffman,
A. G. Clark.